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Expert discussion on transforming CDM methodologies and tools for Article 6 market-based cooperation

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How does the transition from the Kyoto Protocol's Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) to the successor mechanism under Article 6.4 of the Paris Agreement succeed? As there is still no final set of rules on Article 6, it is unclear to what extent CDM methodologies can be formally transferred to the mechanisms of Article 6.4.

In this context, Perspectives Climate Group and the Swedish Energy Agency invite to an exchange with experts on March 11.

Agenda

  • Introduction and setting the scene presentation
    Sandra Lindström, Swedish Energy Agency,
    Axel Michaelowa, Perspectives
     
  • Presentation of and comments on key results of the study ‘CDM method transformation’
    Aglaja Espelage, Perspectives,
    Luca Lo Re, International Energy Agency
     
  • Practitioners’ insights on applying and adapting CDM methodologies and tools in Art. 6 pilot activities
    Yannick Träris, First Climate,
    Dario Brescia, Perspectives
     
  • Filling the ‘blind spots’ of CDM methodologies and tools
    Randall Spalding-Fecher, Carbon Limits,
    J. Felipe de León, Costa Rica
     
  • Roundtable discussions with panel and audience on: 
    Ambition in Article 6 methodologies and investment security 
    Embedding Article 6 activities and blending of finance 
    Links to sustainable development priorities and national strategies of host countries

Register here. 

 

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