IETA organizes webinar exploring key developments and 2023 outlooks across Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC)’s expanding carbon market landscape.
The event will take place on March 16 and will be online. Companies, organizations, and government members from Latin American countries will participate.
The International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) is a non-profit business association created to establish trading and policy guidelines for the carbon markets and to be the central voice for market-based climate solutions.
In order to foster and stimulate exchange on the subject, the association is organizing the webinar IETA LIVE – Latin America Carbon Markets Roundup: Updates and Outlooks for 2023. During the webinar, IETA members, government representatives and carbon market experts from Latin America will share valuable information about the current state of the voluntary markets and their prospects for 2023.
Biofílica Ambipar, the 1st Brazilian developer of forest carbon projects to join IETA, will participate in the event represented by Annie Groth, Head of Advocacy & Policy, who will talk about the perspectives of the Brazilian market given the current political situation in comparison with other Latin American countries.
“We were flattered by the invitation and excited to share our vision and hear from others their impressions and expectations for this year. It will certainly be an enriching exchange.” – comments Annie.
THE EVENT WILL BE ONLINE AND REGISTRATION IS OPEN.
IETA reinforces that as the world moves towards a low-carbon future, the voluntary carbon market plays an increasingly vital role in driving sustainable development.
The event is an opportunity to stay ahead of the curve and gain a deeper understanding of the rapidly evolving, innovative market landscape in Latin America.
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