Developers of carbon credit projects are looking for opportunities to sell their carbon credits, as carbon markets are facing their deepest and most serious crisis since their inception. Carbon markets suffer from low demand and from oversupply of permits and credits, resulting in low prices, poor liquidity and high uncertainty. There seems to shine some light at the end of the tunnel however. New emissions trading systems are established worldwide, that consider access to carbon credits from existing CDM projects in due course. Planned investments in emission reduction activity are likely to benefit from instruments called Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions or NAMAs. In the short run, voluntary carbon markets and dedicated carbon funds may offer a worthwhile alternative.
This seminar will begin on Wednesday 3 July 2013 at 1:00 PM (CEST) and will finish at 2:00 PM (CEST) .
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