ICAP will host two public webinars to accompany the launch of the 7th annual Emissions Trading Worldwide Status Report.
 
The ICAP Status Report, which will be released 24 March 2020, takes a comprehensive view of ETSs in force, under development, and under consideration around the world, along with policy insights and infographics on key figures.
 
The two public webinars are timed to accommodate the global reach of the ETS community. Representatives of ETS jurisdictions will share the latest developments and future prospects from their systems, and the ICAP Secretariat will offer a closer look at the key messages of the 2020 Status Report.
 
The dates, times, speakers, and regional focuses of the two webinars are below. Use the links to register. 

 
Representatives from California, Mexico (tbc), the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative’s participating states, and the European Union will deliver policy updates on their jurisdictions. The ICAP Secretariat will moderate and offer a closer look at the takeaways of the 2020 Status Report. The webinar will close with Q&A.

Speakers:

  • Stephanie La Hoz Theuer, Senior Project Manager, ICAP (moderator)
  • William Acworth, Senior Project Manager, ICAP
  • Jason Gray, Chief, Cap-and-Trade Program, California Air Resources Board
  • Chris Hoagland, Economist, Maryland Department of the Environment, on behalf of RGGI
  • Hans Bergman, Head of Unit, or Polona Gregorin, Deputy Head, ETS Policy Development, European Commission
  • Luis Fernando Gutierrez Champion, Director, Directorate-General for Climate Change Policy, SEMARNAT
 
 
Representatives from New Zealand, the European Union, and China’s SinoCarbon Innovation & Investment will deliver policy updates on their jurisdictions. The ICAP Secretariat will moderate and offer a closer look at the takeaways of the 2020 Status Report. The webinar will close with Q&A.

Speakers:

  • Stephanie La Hoz Theuer, Senior Project Manager, ICAP (moderator)
  • William Acworth, Senior Project Manager, ICAP
  • Hans Bergman, Head of Unit, or Polona Gregorin, Deputy Head, ETS Policy Development, European Commission
  • Kate Whitwell, Senior Policy Analyst, New Zealand Ministry for the Environment
  • Qian Guoqiang, General Strategic Director, SinoCarbon Innovation & Investment