Ecosystem Marketplace’s 2012 State of the Forest Carbon Markets Report Launch – London


Forest Trends’ Ecosystem Marketplace is pleased to announce that on November 1, 2012, we launch the most recent edition of the annual State of the Forest Carbon Markets report. The report, which details our latest findings on the state of forest carbon projects’ structure, standards, and finance, will be freely available on both the Ecosystem Marketplace and Forest Carbon Portal websites on and after this date.

We will also launch our findings at events celebrating the report’s release! RSVP to the event below to learn first-hand the results of our research that takes a look back at forest carbon offset transactions in 2011 – in the context of today’s market trends, presented by a panel of report authors and reputable market experts.
 
WHAT: State of the Forest Carbon Markets 2012 LONDON launch event  
 
WHEN: November 13th, 2012 – 4:30-6:00 PM GMT; Panel presentation, followed by reception.
 
WHERE: Hosted by Face the Future and Climate Change Capital at the London offices of Climate Change Capital: 3 More London Riverside, London SE1 2AQ.  
 
RSVP: via email to scastillo@forest-trends.org or call +1 202 298 3009. RSVP no later than COB November 9th to secure your seat.
 
WHO:
Moderator: Michael Jenkins, President, Forest Trends
Panelists:
Molly Peters-Stanley, Carbon Programs Manager, Forest Trends’ Ecosystem Marketplace
Justin Whalen, Project Manager, Face the Future
Pat Snowdon, Head of Economics and Climate Change, UK Forestry Commission
Alfred Evans, CEO, Climate Change Capital
Christian del Valle, Managing Partner, Althelia Ecosphere
 
 
 

We would like to acknowledge and thank the organizations that enable us to make this report and our ongoing research available at no cost to readers worldwide. This year’s report received support from our Premium Sponsor, the Code REDD Campaign; sponsors Face the Future, Kinship Conservation Fellows, the Law Offices of Baker & McKenzie and the UK Forestry Commission, and additional support from Conservation International and Astrium Services.