2nd Annual Clean Development Mechanism (Beijing, China)
From 2010-01-26 to 2010-01-29
Since the adoption of the Kyoto Protocol in 1997 and its ratification in 2005, the carbon market has enjoyed steady and consistent expansion. However, the global economic slowdown has caused the price of carbon offsets to fall significantly over the last couple of months, and coupled with the uncertainty caused by potential upcoming changes in climate change policy from the Copenhagen COP15 meeting, participants in the carbon market have decided to lay low.
Finally, after these many months of waiting, it’s time to jump right back into the market and with a stronger focus than ever before! Armed with updates from the Copenhagen COP15 meeting, a unmatched attendance of project owners and provincial
Clean Development Mechanism centers, and project developers, investors and financiers from all over the world,
the Clean Development Mechanism Asia Pacific Summit hosted in Beijing, the largest supplier of carbon credits in the world, promises to be the one platform for instantaneous access to project development opportunities in the Asia Pacific region.
Don’t miss out on this one opportunity to re-evaluate your strategies for the carbon market, re-connect with important industry players, meet project owners waiting to get into the carbon marketplace and find investors willing to finance it all!
Join us in Beijing, the very first Carbon Summit after Copenhagen COP15 meeting.
The 2nd Annual Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)
Asia Pacific 2010 sets the timeliest stage to converge the efforts of regulators, industry leaders, and all local and global stakeholders to analyze the most updated policy changes and explore the latest remarkable opportunities. Participants will get to dissect opportunities in currently dominant host countries like China and India, as well as the regional emerging host countries.
Gain inside information from regulators and analysts speaking on the current market developments, the trends, and outlook for future scenarios in the policy context of the Copenhagen era
Meet over 100 project owners from over 10 provinces across China bringing out unparalleled development opportunities
Network and build your business case with prospective project operators and investors
Learn successful strategies and valuable practice experience for navigating a variety of local landscapes across Asia from project participants themselves
The summit, held 5 weeks after the COP 15 in Copenhagen which will determine the futures of climate change mitigation and global carbon market, is a prime and timely opportunity not to be missed.