Title: JIKO Policy Paper 01/2019 Further information
Title: Achieving Overall Mitigation of global emissions under the Article 6.4 mechanism Further information
Title: Benchmarks to determine baselines for mitigation action under the Article 6.4 mechanism Further information
Title: Operationalizing the Share of Proceeds for Article 6 Further information
Title: Options for fostering increasing ambition levels under the Article 6.4 mechanism Further information
Title: The Voluntary Carbon Market: What May Be Its Future Role and Potential Contributions to Ambition Raising? Further information
Title: Carbon Mechanisms Review I4C Special 2019: Accelerating Action Further information
Title: Carbon Mechanisms Review 01-2019: Where Next for Carbon Markets? Further information
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This JIKO Policy Paper analyses the Katowice outcome regarding its relevance for Article 6.2 and the need for further decisions.
Datum: July 2019
Type: Policy Paper
PDF, 4 MB
This report develops recommendations how to implement “overall mitigation in global emissions” (Art. 6.4(d)).
Date: Juni 2019
PDF, 1 MB
This study indicates that most emission sources cannot be covered by global benchmarks.
Date: June 2019
PDF, 817 KB
The objective of the study is to provide an analytical background on previous experiences with the SOP under the CDM and current technical options as an input to the political negotiations.
The report presents four options on how the risks can be addressed and ambition can be increased under Article 6.4.
PDF, 507 KB
This report explores the future role of the voluntary carbon market and its potential to contribute to raising the ambition of climate policy.
PDF, 2 MB
On the occasion of the ‚Innovate4Climate (I4C) 2019' this special issue of the Carbon Mechanisms Review asks how carbon markets can best interact with other arenas in order to foster climate friendly development.
Date: May 2019
Type: Carbon Mechanisms Review
This Carbon Mechanisms Review discusses the future of the carbon markets after the failure of the Article 6 negotiations in Katowice.
PDF, 3 MB
The study evaluates various options for the
introduction of domestic carbon pricing instruments in Senegal. The authors finds a carbon tax with careful redistribution of revenues as the most promising carbon pricing opportunity for Senegal.
Note: This study is only available in French.
PDF, 5 MB
Carbon Pricing Leadership Report 2018|19 provides an update on CPLC’s activities over the last year.
PDF, 6 MB