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16th Climate Technology Initiative Workshop Agenda

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AGENDA
MODES OF COOPERATION AFTER PARIS –MARKET-BASED APPROACHES AND RAISING AMBITION
VENUE: Schankhalle Pfefferberg, Schönhauser Allee 176, 10119 Berlin
Thursday, 23 June 2016

08.30 Registration
09.15 Opening & Welcome

Ann-Sophie Weihe-Feijó, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), Germany

Session 1 – Taking Stock Six Months After Paris

09.30 The Paris Agreement’s Provisions for International-level Cooperation

Berthold Goeke, BMUB, Germany
Danielle Magalhães, UNFCCC Secretariat, Bonn
Presentations

10.15 Paris and the Way Forward for International-level Cooperation
Panel discussion
10.45 Coffee break

 

Session 2 – Modes of Cooperation under the Paris Agreement – New Momentum for Market-based Approaches

11.15 The Perspective of Market-Based Approaches in the Mid-term
Andreas Kohn, FutureCamp Holding GmbH, Germany
Søren Lütken, UNEP DTU Partnership, Copenhagen
Stefano De Clara, International Emissions Trading Association, Brussels
Presentations
12.15 The Future of Market-based Approaches
Panel discussion
12.45 Group picture
13.00 Lunch break
14.15 The Potential of Market-based Approaches in NDCs
Nico Kreibich, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy gGmbH, Germany
Presentation
Fernando Farías, Ministry of the Environment, Chile
Marcelo Rocha, Fábrica Éthica, Brazil
Mbaye Diagne, Afrique – Énergie – Environnement, Senegal
Nguyen Van Minh, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Vietnam
Peer Stiansen, Ministry of Climate and Environment, Norway
Short input statements
15.15 From Paper to Practice – How can Implementation of Market-based Approaches for NDC Achievement and Beyond Look Like
Panel discussion
15.45 Coffee break
16.15 Accounting & MRV – Key Challenges for the Development of Market-based Approaches
Rocio Lichte, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Germany
Anke Herold, Öko-Institut e.V., Germany
Presentations
16.45 Pathways to Accounting & MRV Systems under the Paris Agreement
Expert Q&A
17.15 Wrap-Up Day 1
17.45 Bus transfer
18.15 Get-Together at restaurant ship “Van Loon”
Address: An der Baerwaldbrücke, Carl-Herz-Ufer 5, 10961 Berlin

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Friday, 24 June 2016
Session 3 – The Role of Cities in the Paris Agreement and the Potential for Market-based Approaches

09.15 The Paris Agreement – A City Perspective
Maryke van Staden, ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability, Bonn
Ulrich Maurer, Ministry of the Environment, Climate and the Energy Sector Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Ryan Glancy, Aether Ltd., United Kingdom
Presentations
10.15 Cities’ Contributions to Climate Action and the Role of Market-based Approaches
Panel discussion
10.45 Coffee break
11.15 Urban Sectors’ Climate Action: Buildings, Waste & Transport
Inés Mendoza, Ministry of the Environment, Peru
Axel Michaelowa, Perspectives GmbH, Switzerland
Liliya Zavyaleva, United Nations Development Program, Tashkent
Urda Eichhorst, GIZ GmbH, Germany
Presentations
12.15 Realising the Potential of Urban Sectors for Climate Action
Panel discussion
12.45 Lunch break

 

Session 4 – Reviewing Financing Approaches for Mitigation Action in Light of the Paris Agreement

14.00 Reviewing Public, Private and Climate Finance
Venkata Ramana Putti, The World Bank Group, Washington, D.C.
Ingo Ramming, Commerzbank, Germany
Kateryna Stelmakh, adelphi, Germany
Presentations
15.00 Integrating Financing Approaches for Climate Action
Panel discussion
15.30 Coffee break
16.00 Reviewing Lessons Learnt and Fields of Future Cooperation
Group work
17.00 – 17.30 Evaluation and Concluding Remarks

 

List of Participants

 


Moderation
Rainer Agster (adelphi)
Language
Workshop language will be English only.
Contact
Concept and content: Frederik Eisinger, eisinger@adelphi.de / Sophia Stock, stock@adelphi.de
Logistics: Ute Peters, info@cti-workshop.de

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