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Offset approaches in existing compliance mechanisms – Adding value and upholding environmental integrity?

Final report published

The report analyzes the conditions under which offsets can add value to compliance systems without undermining their environmental integrity.

Suitability and Success Factors of Offsets post-2020

Final report published

The report examines the role offset approaches can play in the post-2020 climate regime.

COP26 digest: The significance of Article 6 and CDM transition outcomes for Africa

This short study reflects on the significance of COP26 outcomes for global carbon markets with a focus on African priorities.

Carbon Mechanisms Review 01-2022: The road ahead

International carbon markets after the Glasgow breakthrough


Implementing Paris Cooperatively

Update on Market Mechanisms in the Latest NDC Submission

The research paper examines how Parties position themselves on market mechanisms in the latest NDCs. Article 6 of the Paris Agreement establishes two approaches for market-based cooperation in the context of NDC attainment.

Governing the VCM

How initiatives shape the future of the voluntary carbon market

This paper analyses a selection of voluntary carbon market initiatives.

Carbon Markets in a <2 °C World

What Role May International Carbon Trading Play in, up to and beyond 2050?

This policy paper is an updated Version of the 2016 policy paper "Carbon Markets in a <2 °C World: Will There Be Room for International Carbon Trading in 2050?"

CARICOM Article 6 Negotiation Handbook

The Caribbean practical guide on Article 6 of the Paris Agreement

Das CARICOM-Artikel-6-Verhandlungshandbuch wurde mit Unterstützung des Projekts Globaler Kohlenstoffmarkt in der Karibik entwickelt und ist an das ursprüngliche Artikel-6-Verhandlungshandbuch für Ostafrika angepasst. 

Carbon Pricing

Using Market-based Mechanisms to Mitigate Climate Change

Carbon pricing instruments are a major component in the toolkit used to combat climate change. Carbon pricing can take many forms and is used in different ways. This brochure provides an overview of the various approaches, outlines the similarities and differences in the ways in which they work and describes their current development phase. Note: The brochure is an updated edition of the 2017 brochure.

Carbon Mechanisms Review 04-2021: Towards Implementation?

Reports and Analyses on Global Carbon Markets ahead COP26

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