Workshop on Uses of Revenues from Carbon Pricing Policies

Carbon pricing is increasingly seen by governments not only as a cost-effective policy to incentivize emission reductions, but also as a source of revenue. In 2017, governments raised US$33 billion in carbon pricing revenues. This amount is expected to be higher as carbon prices increase and jurisdictions with carbon pricing grow. As the revenues grow, there is also an increasing demand for transparency on how … Continue reading Workshop on Uses of Revenues from Carbon Pricing Policies

High-Level Dialogue on Carbon Pricing Value Chain

Moderated discussion and stakeholders’ stocktake Convened under the Chatham House Rule Participants will receive thematic brief, invitation and details Washington, DC — April 14, 2016 — 9:00 am – 11:30 am At Sullivan and Worcester (by invitation) This dialogue is third in the series Accelerating Progress, Advancing Innovation. The first dialogue was held on Day 2 of the Minneapolis 2015 conference an produced the strategy document “A Convenient Opportunity“. The second dialogue … Continue reading High-Level Dialogue on Carbon Pricing Value Chain

Dec. 7 in Paris: High-Level Dialogue to Accelerate Climate Action

On Monday, December 7, at Hub Culture in Central Paris, we hosted the second in a series of high-level dialogues, convened under Chatham House rules, to focus on the opportunities inherent in mobilizing widespread, innovative climate action locally, nationally, and globally. The outcome from October 26 is a strategy document called “A Convenient Opportunity” which outlines key strategies for mobilizing existing resources at a faster pace and … Continue reading Dec. 7 in Paris: High-Level Dialogue to Accelerate Climate Action