Webinar en inglés: Regulated carbon markets: an opportunity for forest conservation
Carbon markets are an essential tool of current and future efforts to achieve sustainability for human activities in our planet. They can be divided into two types: regulated compliance and voluntary. The regulated market is used by companies and governments that are required by law to account for their GHG emissions. This webinar will address the potential that regulated carbon markets offer to promote effective, long-term, conservation efforts for the world’s forests based on the experiences in Mexico and Colombia.
Event held within the framework of the project: «Assessing carbon dynamics of Amazonian, coastal and Andean secondary forests in Peru».
- 9:00 – 9:10 a.m.:Greeting, INTE-PUCP & Wageningen University
- 9:10 – 9:30 a.m.: Introduction to market instruments: main differences and key elements needed to develop a regulated market.
- 9:35 – 10:20 a.m.: Implementation of the regulated carbon market in Colombia: challenges and lessons learned.
- 10:25 – 11:10 a.m.: Main elements developed in Mexico and how they contribute to a roadmap for a regulated carbon market.
- 11:15 – 11:45 a.m.: Key elements for a regulated carbon market roadmap. (Group Discussion).
- Zuelclady Araujo.Biologist, MSc in Economics and Public Policy and PhD in Public Policy from the Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey. She currently works as project manager at IDOM Environment, based in Mexico.
- Martin Perez. Forestry Engineer, MSc in International Affairs by the Universidad Externado de Colombia. He is a member of the UNFCCC roster of experts that reviews developing countries’ Greenhouse Gas Inventory reports.
- Norma Salinas. Tropical biologist with a PhD in geography and the Environment from the University of Oxford. She is a senior research scientist at INTE-PUCP and currently coordinates the FONDECYT-World Bank project «Assessing carbon dynamics of Amazonian, coastal and Andean secondary forests in Peru».
- Rosa María Roman. Biologist with a PhD in Forestry from the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. She is PI of the FONDECYT-World Bank project «Assessing carbon dynamics of Amazonian, coastal and Andean secondary forests in Peru» and is currently affiliated to the University of Wageningen.
- Wageningen University & Research
- Consulting, Engineering, Architecture – IDOM
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