The picture shows the participants of the ICAP Summer School 2013 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. 25 participants from twelve countries - Belarus, Brazil, Chile, China, Ecuador, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, and Vietnam - were selected. Through this course, ICAP builds capacity for emissions trading.ICAP convened its 5th summer school - and 8th course overall - on Emissions Trading in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, from 8 to 19 July 2013.

25 participants from twelve countries - Belarus, Brazil, Chile, China, Ecuador, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, and Vietnam - were selected. 

Speakers included policy-makers from ICAP members (representatives of the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS), Australia, New Zealand, and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG)), international ETS experts (e.g. from Ecologic Institute, Pace University, CDC Climat) and carbon market analysts. Guest presentations from Statkraft, Eneco, and IETA provided private sector insight into carbon markets and climate protection. Participants also visited the Dutch Emissions Authority (NEa), the Enecogen gas-fired power station, and wind power installations.

The ICAP Summer School 2013 in Rotterdam was hosted by DCMR, the Environmental Protection Agency Rijnmond in cooperation with the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment. It was funded by the European Commission.