Carbon Markets in the Asia-Pacific: Opportunities for CooperationVIEW EVENT DETAILS
Emissions trading systems (ETSs) as a cost-effective instrument for emissions control are now being implemented or considered across a diverse set of jurisdictions in the Asia-Pacific region. Cooperation between jurisdictions implementing ETS could result in economic, environmental and political benefits. Even where carbon markets are at a nascent stage of their implementation, understanding the context in which ETS are designed and identifying design capability issues early will be important for future cooperation.
It is in this context that ASPI is collaborating with the International Carbon Action Partnership to convene a workshop on "Carbon Markets in the Asia-Pacific: Opportunities for Cooperation" in Singapore. The sessions will include a roundtable and panel discussions, along with interactive exercises and networking.
Attendance at this event is by invitation only. For inquiries please reach out to Jackson Ewing at firstname.lastname@example.org. This event is made possible by the generous support of the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership.
- Jackson Ewing, Asia Society Policy Institute & Duke University.
- Alistair Ritchie, EU-Korea ETS
- Toshihide Arimura, Waseda University
- Suh-Yong Chung, Korea University
- Sunhee Suk, Nagasaki University
- Xiaolu Zhao, EDF China
Jasmine Ballrooms Level 3
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore