Carbon Markets Conference in Singapore Shares Insights on the Carbon Trade, CDM and Global Carbon Marketplace Post 2012
How will the Carbon markets evolve? The Carbon Markets 2010, meeting on 6-7 May 2010 in Singapore offers clarity on key issues influencing the global carbon marketplace, its effects on carbon trade and CDM. Top Carbon experts from BNP Paribas, Bloomberg & more will share views on the reality & drivers of the global carbon market. Attend to pinpoint strategies to combat current market uncertainties over Post- 2012!
Singapore (PRWEB) March 4, 2010 -- How have the Carbon market dynamics changed since Copenhagen? Investors and developers face uncertainties over the future of the industry, as COP15 did not reach a comprehensive solution on emission reduction targets, an especially critical issue when the Kyoto protocol ends in 2012. How will the carbon markets evolve?
Despite uncertainties, carbon management is rapidly emerging as a global business as the world struggles to tackle climate change and global warming. The need for clarity is pressing, as businesses around the world, from cement to energy to steel are increasingly involved with carbon trading and governments are pledging their commitment through developments of national policies.
CMT's Carbon Markets 2010 on 6-7 May 2010 in Singapore will see top carbon market executives provide much needed clarity on the reality and drivers of the global carbon market, and offer a view into the future of the global carbon marketplace.
Top executive Aimie Parpia, Head of Global Kyoto Carbon Markets at Bloomberg New Energy Finance will be presenting a session on, "Quantifying Post Copenhagen - Price Forecasting to 2020", touching on CDM reform and CER price forecasting to 2020. Ms. Parpia is also expected to provide a scenario based analysis of the global carbon market dynamics.
BNP Paribas' Director of the Carbon Team, Jean-Christopher Bougle will address the outlook for the carbon market beyond 2012 in his "Beyond 2012 - Future of the Carbon Markets" session. In his speech, Mr. Bougle will provide details on the size of the carbon market, how much it is expected to grow, hedging price, regulatory risks, the evolution of carbon funds, and latest regulatory trends for cap & trade and carbon tax.
Other experts from First Climate, Baker & McKenzie, The Energy & Resources Institute (TERI), CDM Project Management Center, Clayton Utz, Environmental Resources Management (ERM), New Forests Asia, Mensilin Holdings Sdn Bhd, Parhelion Underwriting Ltd., Asia Renewables Pte Ltd and more will also be speaking at the conference addressing:
-Influence of US participation on global carbon market dynamics.
-New trends and policies in India & China to drive the CER & CDM markets.
-Opportunities for Asian Businesses in the Australian Emissions Cap and Trade System.
-How to create bankable CDM projects and capitalize on carbon finance and funds.
-Risk management in carbon investments and insurance based solutions
-Developer's viewpoint on eligibility & criteria to qualify CDM projects post COP15.
-REDD and bio banking and their impact on forestry investments.
Put together as an industry forum to discuss the Post-Copenhagen scenario, and as a platform for buyers and sellers to clinch deals, CMT's Carbon Markets 2010 conference will provide the necessary insights to safeguard existing carbon ventures and embark on new ventures. Registered participants include the who's who of the carbon marketplace and cleantech sector including CDM project owners and developers, carbon traders/brokers, verification bodies, renewable energy consultants, technology providers, investment banks, hedge funds, private equity, venture capitalist firms, CDM consultants/auditors, environmental exchange, law firms/legal advisors, regulators and government officials from all over the world.
Attend the Carbon Markets 2010 conference in Singapore to learn the latest on global carbon market, CDM and the dynamics of the carbon trade. Registrations can be submitted online, or contact Ms. Nadia AlBahar at +65 6346 9114 for more information.