Come meet us at SB50 in Bonn

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

Perspectives staff present at SB50:

  • Axel Michaelowa ( is in Bonn from 19–27 June 
  • Aglaja Espelage ( is in Bonn from 17–23 June 
  • Igor Shishlov ( is in Bonn on 17 June and from 24–28 June
  • Stephan Hoch ( is in Bonn intermittently 
  • Sven Feige ( is in Bonn intermittently 
  • Matthias Honegger ( is in Bonn from 17–27 June 

We invite you to to join our experts at several side events:

CDM for ambitious climate policy
Monday, 17 June 2019, 13:15 – 14:45, Room Berlin
This side event gives a unique opportunity to reflect on the role of the CDM for ambitious climate policy whether in domestic climate policies or through emission reduction facilities, and also examine the implication and ratification status of the Doha Amendment. Igor Shishlov will highlight the impact of the Doha Amendment and related rules affecting the second commitment of the KP, especially in terms of supply and demand. Furthermore, he will explain the importance of the ratification process of the Doha Amendment and the current status-quo.

Opportunities to mobilize private finance through Article 6
Wednesday, 19 June 2019, 16:45 – 18;15, Room Kaminzimmer
Organized by the University of Zurich and Sweden, this side event will present the outcomes of a study on opportunities and challenges of mobilizing private climate finance through Art. 6. Key recommendations on generating demand and mobilizing supply, while respecting environmental integrity, will be presented along with relevant piloting activities.

Engaging the private sector to finance adaptation: Pilot Phase of the Adaptation Benefit Mechanism
Friday, 21 June 2019,16:45 – 18:15, Room Berlin
This side event will present and seek feedback on the pilot phase of the Adaptation Benefits Mechanism (ABM), an innovative mechanism for the mobilization of public and private sector finance for enhanced adaptation action. Axel Michaelowa will discuss the similarities and differences between methodologies for mitigation and adaptation and indicators for adaptation benefits. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Key recommendations for operationalizing an ambitious and effective Article 6.4 mechanism
Tuesday, 25 June 2019,15:00 – 16:30, Room Berlin
Organized by Perspectives, International Climate Dialogue e.V. (ICD) and Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, this side event discusses issues at stake in the operationalization of Art. 6.4, related to the transition of the CDM and private sector involvement. The event will explore how market mechanisms can enhance ambition and make a contribution towards reaching net-zero emission pathways.