adelphi at the Carbon Expo 2015: Meet us in Barcelona!

adelphi will be presenting the results of a recent analysis of the market for voluntary offsetting of greenhouse gases at the world's largest multi-sectoral climate finance and carbon market conference and fair. adelphi was also commissioned by the BMUB to organise the German Pavilion.

25/05/2015

From the 26th to the 28th of May 2015, new market mechanisms and emission trade will be put centre stage in international climate action. Representatives from governments, the private sector, civil society and researchers will meet in Barcelona for this year’s Carbon Expo. The world's largest multi-sectoral climate finance and carbon market conference and fair will see participants utilise several workshops and panel discussions to discuss current trends and developments, innovative projects and services in the global carbon

Highlight of this year's Pavilion: Exhibitors are presenting current studies and their projects

This year, ten service providers and organisations working on the development and linking of international carbon markets are being presented at the German Federal Environment Ministry’s German Pavilion; adelphi is one of them. On behalf of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), adelphi has developed the concept for the Pavilion and has been providing organisational and communications support.

From adelphi, Kristian Wilkening will be presenting an "Updated Analysis of the German Market for Voluntary Greenhouse Gas Offsetting" on Tuesday, 26 May 2015 at 3:00 pm. What does the market look like today, and just how sustainable is it? Are market players facing the same challenges as those in the compliance market? And how great is the risk of fluctuating product quality in a market with no central recognition procedures or uniform standards? These were the questions analysed by adelphi and sustainable in a study for the German Emissions Trading Authority (DEHSt), a part of the German Federal Environment Agency.