Reports and Analyses Ahead of COP28

Carbon Mechanisms Review "Will Dubai Deliver?" published

  • News 30.11.2023

At the UN Climate Change Conference in Dubai, negotiators are discussing the Global Stocktake, the Loss and Damage Fund, phasing out fossil fuels, tripling globally installed renewable energy capacity, and a global goal for adaptation to climate change. In this context, the current Carbon Mechanisms Review looks at the issues at stake in the field of market-based international cooperation. In the new issue, a number of seasoned Carbon Market experts share their expectations towards COP28 and the carbon markets in general.

Beyond the COP, the current issue also reports on an innovative policymaking approach in Zambia to setting up the country's carbon market framework, on the current status of the Swiss KliK foundation's work on procuring ITMOs and on a recent initiative targeting sulphur hexafluoride mitigation in the electricity sector, including the use of Article 6. Last not least, the concept behind the World Bank's Climate Action Data Trust is outlined.

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