On June 25-26, the Center for Sustainability Studies of Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGVces) and Konrad Adenauer Foundation, through its Programme Energy Security and Climate Change in Latin America (EKLA), hosted the Latin America Carbon Pricing Forum in São Paulo, Brazil.
The forum aimed to foster the exchange of experiences and strengthen the actuation of the different stakeholders involved in carbon pricing agenda, based on the lessons learned on the different initiatives undertaken so far in the region.
ClearBlue's Nicolas Girod was part of the 'Sectorial Views - Energy and Transportation' panel speaking about the MEXICO2 – Emissions Trading Simulation in Spanish. The panel shared insight and expertise with carbon pricing stakeholders in Latin America.
The two day forum brought together key players from all different sectors to collaborate on the future of carbon pricing in the region. Best practices and ideas were shared from both the public and the private sector to discuss the challenges and opportunities in designing and operating an emissions trading system in Latin America.
See the full agenda here