Market instruments for more ambitious climate action: how to adjust national policies in a bilateral or global market?
Tuesday, 22nd of May 2018
Mexico City, Mexico
The Climate Initiative of Mexico (ICM) and Climate Strategies will be holding a roundtable discussion: Market instruments for more ambitious climate action: how to adjust national policies in a bilateral or global market?.
With the participation of Prof. Michael Mehling, Deputy Director of the MIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research, Member of Climate Strategies and specialist in the subject, the objective of the discussion is to establish an enriching dialogue on how to promote the development of market instruments in the climatic action. This discussion is aimed at actors with an interest in international trade, climate policies, tax and subsidies for fossil fuels, and the Emissions Trading System.
The event will take place 10:00 – 13:00 on May 22nd at the offices of the ICM. For more information about the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*This roundtable is part of the Climate Strategies project, “Making the International Trading System Work for Climate Change” funded by the KR Foundation. Further information can be found on the project webpage.