Saturday, June 18, 2011

Climate Law Conference 2011

23.6.2011, 9:30 - 17:30 Uhr, King’s College London (KCL)

Future Prospects for Climate Finance and the Carbon Market: A Legal Perspective
The participants of last year’s Climate Law Conference found the subjects “excellent – varied and very topical” and said we should “Continue this series of climate law conferences!” with our choice of “great speakers”.
Therefore, do not miss your chance to attend one of the few conferences focused on the legal implications of carbon and climate issues. The Climate Law Conference 2011 is scheduled for Thursday, 23 June 2011, at the King’s College London
Our high-level experts – amongst them Mary Veronica Tovšak Pleterski from the European Commission, Brussels, Martin Hession from the UNFCCC, Bonn, and James Cameron from Climate Change Capital, London – will debate major questions regarding climate finance and the carbon market, reflecting on the latest round of negotiations in Bonn in June 2011. In detail, the speakers will discuss topics such as
Climate Finance
- Quo vadis climate regime? An update on the negotiations after Bonn
- Accelerating the disbursement and sourcing of climate finance
- Implementing the Green Climate Fund: Questions of governance and legitimacy

Carbon Markets beyond 2012 A
- future for JI and the CDM? Interpreting the mandate from Cancún
- What market mechanisms will “be considered“ in Durban?
- Restoring confidence in the EU ETS: Solutions for improved governance
- Will there be a global carbon market post-2012, and what will it look like?

Why could this event be interesting and beneficial for you? Because
- it offers insight into today’s most important issues concerning climate finance and the carbon market,
- you will meet legal experts from around the world and
- you will be updated on the latest developments. 

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