NewClimate Institute at Carbon Expo

NewClimate Institute will be at the Carbon Expo in Barcelona, 26-28 May 2015, to unveil the results of the CDM evaluation and to discuss the latest trends and prospects for market-based financing instruments. In a year that is pivotal for climate related dialogue, and with the 21st Conference of Parties in Paris fast approaching, we look forward to lively dialogue and constructive discussions with a variety of stakeholders.

Meet us at our booth

NewClimate Institute will hold a booth in the German Pavilion. We welcome you to come by to meet us and share your ideas on our latest research.

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Current status of the CDM and its relevance for the new climate agreement – Results from latest climate policy research (Convened by BMUB)

Tuesday 26 May, 13:30 – 14:30, Room 11, Level 0

Carsten Warnecke of NewClimate Institute will present the results of the latest research on the status-quo of the CDM. The research conducted an evaluation of a large sample of projects to establish the latest status of projects worldwide, as well as prospects for project continuation and support needs.

Results-based financing – combining the best of two worlds

Wednesday 27 May, 10:00 – 11:00, German Pavilion

Results-based financing (RBF) approaches are receiving increasing attention in the climate finance context. This event will give an introduction to this financing instrument. A presentation will recap the history and highlight experiences in the context of climate and carbon financing including the CDM. Participants are invited to share their views and discuss potential benefits, opportunities and challenges.

Publication released

NAMAs and INDCs: Interactions and opportunities Nov 2015 - This paper explores the links between NAMAs and INDCs with regard to various elements central to their implementation.
Analysing the status quo of CDM projects May 2015 - This research conducted by NewClimate Institute and Ecofys on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), seeks to address major gaps in the current understanding regarding the status of individual CDM projects worldwide, as well as the barriers and means for supporting the continuation of these projects.