Come meet us at Latin America and Caribbean Climate Week

Our team will be present throughout the whole event. Please feel free to engage with our experts on-site.

Perspectives staff present at LACCW 2019


We are looking forward to engage in fruitful discussions with you and invite you to join our experts at several side events:


Article 6 Business Dialogue
Monday, 19 August, 09:00-12:25 (morning session, open), Room SDG 8

Axel Michaelowa will give a presentation on ongoing Article 6 pilot activities and outline key messages from the report Moving to Next Generation Carbon Markets which has been prepared and updated in the context of the project Climate Finance Innovators.


Linking Paris and Kigali: Accelerating the transition to Green Cooling
Monday, 19 August, 12:30-13:25, Room SDG 9

Igor Shishlov will discuss how Article 6 activities can be used to maximize the synergies between the Paris Agreement and the Kigali Amendment of the Kyoto Protocol in the transformation of the cooling sector.


Power of Article 6: Value of International Cooperation & UNFCCC State of Play
Tuesday, 20 August, 11:00-12:00, Room SDG 8

Axel Michaelowa will provide insights on the crunch issues of the Article 6 negotiations.


Market-based approaches to take action and to raise ambition in LAC
Tuesday, 20 August, 13:30-14:25, Room SDG 9

Axel Michaelowa will discuss which role baseline credit systems should play in the context of domestic carbon pricing.


Using Carbon Revenues: Practical Guidance and Global Experience
Wednesday, 21 August, 10:30-12:00, Room SDG 2

Axel Michaelowa willspeak about key options to redistribute carbon pricing revenues and experiences made with these around the world.


Piloting Article 6 carbon market cooperation – additionality and methodological issues
Wednesday, 21 August, 12:30-14:00, Salvador Hall, Room Goal 2 (SL75-T02)

Hosted by Perspectives Climate Group, this workshop discusses key Article 6 issues for resolution at COP25. Under Article 6, crediting transformative/sectoral activities become important. This new setting impacts how environmental integrity can be ensured through robust additionality determination and baseline setting. Latin American representatives and international experts will present insights from Article 6 pilots and discuss: How does the NDC influence Article 6 additionality and baseline establishment in order to promote increased ambition and environmental integrity? How can existing tools such as CDM methodologies serve as building blocks for emerging mechanisms? What lessons can be drawn from Article 6 pilots regarding these topics? Focusing on additionality determination, Axel Michaelowa will discuss lessons from pilots and provide recommendations for negotiators.