Prosumis Confirms Attendance at Carbon Expo Barcelona 2015

Prosumis Carbon Solutions is sending two delegates to The Carbon Market Trade Fair & Conference which takes place from 26th to 28th May, 2015

With the evolution of the carbon markets over the years, it has become the leading platform for progressive businesses, finance and governments, facilitating innovation, promoting enhanced understanding of new policy instruments and identifying ways to access and leverage climate
finance, especially between countries facing comparable challenges.

Addressing climate change requires unprecedented global cooperation across borders and the use of innovative policy, financing and market solutions. As the world seeks to enhance global greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation efforts, countries and regions are developing cost-effective ways to scale up emission reductions while fostering private sector investment in low carbon technologies.

The current state of carbon markets, carbon pricing and the status of the international process have originated the creation of a wide range of instruments such as national, subnational and regional emission trading schemes; carbon taxation; crediting mechanisms and a variety of renewable energy/energy efficiency market-based instruments, all of which will be covered in this year's Carbon Expo.

The Carbon Expo, hosted annually since 2004, has been established as the world's largest multi-sectoral climate finance and carbon market conference and fair. With the evolution of the carbon markets over the years, it has become the leading platform for facilitating innovation, promoting enhanced understanding of new policy instruments and identifying ways to access and leverage climate finance, especially between countries facing comparable challenges.

Carbon Expo 2015, scheduled only six months prior to the COP 21 in Paris, aims to be the most prominent public and private sector gathering, tailored to discuss the urgent needs of development clients, partners and of the international community leading up to the climate negotiations.


Categories: Environmental Protection, Environmental, Global Warming

Tags: Carbon, credits, emissions, offsetting, reforestation