Operationalization of Article 6 and Voluntary Claims
Climate change stands as one of the foremost challenges of our era, and the urgency to take action is paramount. In our pursuit of the 1.5°C target, we must harness every available avenue and rally private investment and financing. In the operationalization of the Article 6 in relation to corporates’ voluntary claims, the chosen design and specified rules could have a significant implication on how much private capital that will be available.
In this session we will dive deeper into the inter-linkage between voluntary carbon markets and nations’ climate goals (NDCs). We also address what claims a corporate could make depending on type of carbon credit and carbon removal certificate, and how does Article 6 rules in relation to corresponding adjustments come into play. The goal for stakeholders should be a design which maximize the allocation of private funds without jeopardizing the integrity of the carbon market as an effective climate tool.
- Anna Lerner, Climate Collective
- Tomas Thyblad, Nasdaq
- Robert Höglund, Milkywire, Carbon Gap
- Michelle Patron, Senior Director of Environmental Sustainability Policy, Microsoft