On September 28, ICROA will attend the 2017 Carbon Forward Conference in London. On the Conference’s Global Carbon Day, ICROA Programme Director Simon Henry will join a panel discussion on the role the voluntary carbon market can play in bridging the ambition gap in the Paris Agreement. The panel will also discuss current market trends and where the sector is headed.
This year’s edition of the Carbon Forward Conference ‘How to survive and thrive in carbon markets’ will feature panels with leading industry experts, giving delegates the opportunity to engage in a comprehensive dialogue and get a global overview of carbon markets and the EU ETS.
Through our participation in the Conference, ICROA Members can secure a 10% discount on two-day and three-day conference passes. If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity, please use the following links to register:
Two-Day pass (conference days: 27 and 28 September)
Three-Day pass (conference days and training day: 26 to 28 September)
Organised by ATAG, in partnership with IATA, ACI, CANSO and ICCAIA, the 2017 Summit comes exactly one year after the historic agreement at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to institute the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA).
With this agreement, aviation will be able to achieve its goal of carbon-neutral growth. Now that CORSIA has been agreed upon, the 2017 Summit will look towards the long-term future of aviation and how the industry can develop in a sustainable manner.
The 2017 Summit will bring together over 300 aviation leaders and experts to discuss driving sustainable growth in aviation, sustainable aviation fuels, technology’s contribution to the 2050 goal to reduce aviation’s net CO2 emissions, and long-term challenges according to industry leaders. These will largely be addressed though interactive panel debates.
To register at a discounted rate, click here.
The Art of Sustainability. 3-4 October 2017, Bocconi University, Milan.
Sustainability as a vision for the future. To build new perspectives in interconnected systems, where times are accelerated and only change is immutable. The title of this 5th edition is broad and focuses on all aspects around supporting businesses. As always, the CSR Forum will deal with current and diversified issues: from the evolution of welfare, to the sustainability of supply chains, from social impact on the community to actions in favour of the territory.
IETA, in collaboration with ICROA and CarbonSink, are organising a Roundtable entitled 'SDG 13 - CLIMATE ACTION: The Key Role of Businesses’ taking place on the 3rd of October (14:00-16:00), presenting new opportunities for corporates after the entry into force of the Paris Climate Change Agreement.
Doha Exhibition and Convention Center, Qatar, 10 October 2017
ICROA Programme Director Simon Henry will participate in a Workshop organised by the Josoor Institute, the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy and IETA Member Gulf Organisation for Research & Development (GORD). Through the Gulf Carbon Trust, GORD is primarily responsible for the design and implementation of a local voluntary carbon market, paving the way for future offsetting initiatives in the MENA Region.
The Workshop will focus on facilitating, empowering and supporting stakeholders to identify, reduce and neutralize the carbon footprints of their organisations and events. It will provide decision makers with the background fundamentals of climate science, the importance of carbon neutrality and practical tools to achieve it.
Simon Henry will raise awareness and build the case for voluntary offsetting and highlight the complementarity of international and regional carbon markets.
Mexico City, October 17-18-19, 2017
The 2017 Latin American and Caribbean Carbon Forum (LACCF) is a unique, free of charge regional conference and exhibition platform established in 2006 to promote knowledge and information sharing while facilitating business opportunities among main climate finance and emission market stakeholders.
More information coming soon!
Contact: Lisa Spafford, IETA, firstname.lastname@example.org