SAVE THE DATE!
- When: Thursday 5th December 2019, 12pm to 1:30pm
- Where: IETA Business Hub, Hall 8, Pavilion 8A08, COP25, IFEMA - Feria de Madrid
- Contact: Antoine Diemert, ICROA Programme Director
ICROA’s work to scale voluntary action across the private sector post-2020
ICROA has embarked on a series of workshops involving market stakeholders, civil society and national governments. The aim of these events is to set out the issues, identify the challenges and develop collaborative solutions among an engaged group of voluntary market stakeholders.
This group will have a critical role to play in endorsing, rewarding and governing voluntary action under the Paris Agreement, and to ensure that private sector contributions complement and accelerate progress towards the NDCs.
Building on previous discussions at Innovate4Climate, COP and regional Carbon Forums, ICROA has developed a position paper on scaling private sector voluntary action post-2020.
You can access this paper here.
Forest Trends’ Ecosystem Marketplace will kick off the event with the launch of their latest publication on the voluntary carbon market, giving insights on current trends and sharing the latest aggregated market data.
ICROA will then present its most recent work and thinking on scaling private sector voluntary action post-2020 to help close the global emissions gap, finance gap and time gap.
Key stakeholders will follow with interventions on concrete initiatives that aim to operationalize voluntary action locally, and on the growing importance of domestic markets to incentivize further voluntary and compliance climate action.
Some time will be reserved for questions to ensure an active participation from all attendees.
About ICROA and our purpose
ICROA is a non-profit organization made up of the leading carbon reduction and offset providers in the voluntary carbon market. It is housed within the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA). ICROA’s primary aim is to deliver quality assurance in carbon management and offsetting through our member’s adherence to the ICROA Code of Best Practice. This ensures credibility and quality for corporates using voluntary carbon offsets to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and meet their carbon targets.
At a time when governments, businesses and organizations all over the world are looking for immediate and actionable solutions to keep the global temperature rise to below 2°C, ICROA plays a vital role in advocating for the use of offsetting and carbon finance to mitigate climate change. Being comprised of the leading companies in the voluntary carbon market, we provide a unified voice in these critical policy and market discussions.
For more information, visit www.icroa.org