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informed of the ways the KliK Foundation supports activities abroad.
Partner organisations are invited to propose activities abroad.
The KliK Foundation launches the first call for proposals for the procurement of ITMOs.
16-18 October 2018, London
Carbon Forward 2018
Carbon Market Conference
Mischa Classen, Director Carbon Procurement, will be a speaker in the conference.
What to expect:
Companies across Europe, the US, China and others that will be covered by burgeoning emissions markets around the world, such as CORSIA, will join us to discuss the cost and regulatory risks associated with the constantly changing regulatory environment. In the EU, emitters needed to understand the impacts of Britain leaving the bloc, of reduced free allocations through the remainder of Phase 3 and how the post-2020 reforms will alter everything once again. Elsewhere, the upcoming changes are no less pronounced, with US carbon markets in California and RGGI states are trying to survive in the Trump era, while China has recently launched what will become the world's largest ETS.
The Carbon Forward 2018 conference and pre-conference EU ETS training day will equip delegates, including companies with regulatroy exposure, legislators, traders, analysts, investors, and everyone with an interest in emissions trading, with everything needed to understand and manage the risks and opportunities in the EU ETS & global carbon markets.
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The KliK foundation aims to procure eligible emission reductions in the form of internationally transferred mitigation outcomes (“ITMO”) through a competitive process that leads over several formalised stages to a forward Mitigation Outcome Purchase Agreement (“MOPA”).
The current call is exlusively open to organisations listed below that have been registered in the previous invitation to an "Expression of Interest" between 26. January and 1. March 2019. The call ends on 12. May 2019. You find the tender specifications in below documents.
|Climate Change Management Department||Zimbabwe|
|Ministry of Local Affairs and Environment||Tunesia|
|Private Organisations||Countries of Activity|
|ACT Commodities||Netherlands, United States|
|Adapt Capitol Africa||Kenya|
|African Development Association||Kamerun|
|ALLCOT Centroamerica, S.A.||Guatemala, Mexico, Colombia, Spain|
|Asia Biogas Group||Indonesia, Thailand|
|atmosfair gGmbH||Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Egypt, Ethiopia, Georgia, Ghana, Honduras, Indonesia, India, Iraq, Kenya, Lesotho, Nigeria, Nepal, Rwanda, Thailand, Tanzania|
|Becker Büttner Held BBH law firm PartGmbH||Germany, Belgium|
|BP Gas Marketing Limited||United Kingdom, United States, Singapore|
|BVRio||United Kingdom, Brazil, China, Indonesia, Ghana|
|Carbon Africa||Mozambique, Mozambique|
|Center for Clean Air Policy||Colombia, Peru, Chile, Philippines, Mexico, Ecuador, Kenya, Uzbekistan, Vietnam|
|C-Quest Capital Global Stoves||United States|
|EBP Schweiz AG||Chile, Colombia, Brazil, China, Macedonia, Peru, Tajikistan, Egypt, Morocco|
|EKI Energy Services Limited||India|
|Environmental Defense Fund||United States|
|European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)||United Kingdom, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Macedonia, Greece, Kosovo, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorussia, Georgia, Moldova , Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey|
|Factor Ideas Integral services||Mexico, Germany|
|First Climate (Switzerland) AG||Switzerland|
|GFA Consulting Group GmbH||Germany|
|Global Solar Pvt Ltd||Zimbabwe|
|Green energy solutions & Sustainability LLC||United Arab Emirates|
|Greentech SA||Romania, Serbia, Lithuania, Slovakia|
|Gulf Organisation for Research & Development||Katar|
|ICCO in Colombia||Colombia, Bolivia, Nicaragua|
|Institute for Sustainability Africa||Zimbabwe|
|International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD or World Bank) as Trustee of the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) Carbon Fund||United States|
|International Cryosphere Climate Initiative||Sweden, United States, Ecuador, Peru, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Chile, Ukraine, Poland|
|IVL Swedish Environmental Institute||Sweden, China|
|MicroEnergy Credits||India, Kenya, Mongolia|
|Mirova Natural Capital Ltd.||United Kingdom, France|
|MPower Ventures AG||Zambia, Cameroon, Namibia, Ghana|
|myclimate||Switzerland, Germany, Peru, Kenya, Austria, Luxembourg, Japan, Norway|
|Natural Capital Partners||United Kingdom, United States|
|NatureBank Asset Management||Canada, United States, Peru|
|Nexus For Development||Singapore, Singapore, Cambodia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, Myanmar|
|OM Financial Limited||New Zealand, Australia|
|Perspectives Climate Group||Germany, Spain|
|S2 Services||Cameroon, Nigeria, Mali, Ivory Coast, Senegal|
|Samansco Energy||Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, South Africa|
|SHANGHAI ZHIXIN CARBON ASSET MANAGEMENT CO., LTD||China|
|SKG SANGHA||India, Egypt, Mali, Kenya, Ghana, Madagascar, Nepal, Uganda|
|South Pole Carbon Asset Management Ltd.||Switzerland, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Sweden, Spain, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, China, Vietnam, India, Australia, United States, Mexico, Colombia, Hong Kong|
|UpEnergy Group||Mauritius, Uganda|
|Value Network Ventures Advisory Services||Singapur|
|West African Alliance on Carbon Markets and Climate Finance||Senegal|
|Wildlife Works Carbon||United States, Kenya, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Colombia|
|xapnd Foundation||East Timor|
|Zoï Environment Network||Switzerland|