After weeks of frantic typing Ecosystem Marketplace’s State of the Forest Carbon Markets report officially launches today in London. The number of registrants is now above capacity, but anyone who confirmed before close of business yesterday is guranteed entry. We will still try to accomodate anyone who still wants to sign up today, but it may be tight.
6 November 2013 | COP19 is just around the corner. Whether you’re traveling to wintery Warsaw or just want a refresher on the world of forest finance, join Forest Trends’ Ecosystem Marketplace as we unveil our most recent State of the Forest Carbon Markets report on November 6, 2013. The report will be freely available for download on our website on and after this date.
In 2012, the State of the Forest Carbon Markets report was Ecosystem Marketplace’s most widely-accessed research product. This year’s edition explores topics ranging from global market activity; to the time-cost of the project cycle; to the changing dynamics of forest finance. This year’s report is supported by more data points and representing projects in more locations than ever before.
Join us to learn about the results first-hand at our London launch event! Hosted by Ecoinvest Services/Bunge Environmental Markets, we will host a panel of experts to present and discuss report findings from 4:30-6pm, followed by cocktails. The number of respondents is currently above capacity, but feel free to contact Steve Zwick (SZwick@nullecosystemmarketplace.com) if you want to attend and have not registered.
You’re Invited: 2013 State of the Forest Carbon Markets Report Launch, London
London, United Kingdom
Who: The panel will be moderated by Christopher Webb, Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers; and includes: Alfred Evans, CEO, Climate Change Capital; Eric Bettleheim, CEO and Founder, Floresta Group; Kars Riemer from Face the Future; and the 2013 report authors.
Ecosystem Marketplace wishes to thank our 2013 report Premium Sponsors: The Program on Forests (PROFOR), the World Bank BioCarbon Fund, Face the Future, and New Forests; Sponsors Althelia Ecosphere and Baker & McKenzie; and additional support from the UK Forestry Commission’s Woodland Carbon Code; all of which enable Ecosystem Marketplace to explore developments on the frontier of ecosystem service finance.