Event DetailsOctober 29, 2010
Time: 14:30 UK time / 09:30 EDT / 15:30 CEST
Location: Online, delivered through your browser
Duration: approx. 90 minutes
By attending this event you will:
1. Have incisive analysis of investment trends in global forestry markets delivered direct to your desk
2. Have an opportunity to pose questions to an unbeatable panel of experts on this subject
3. Receive the recording and a copy of presentations which you can refer to at your leisure
Investing in forestry and timber assets is nothing new. But investors are increasingly seeing the attraction of more sustainable forestry investments, which can yield a variety of income streams and help investors meet their corporate social responsibility objectives. Carbon credits, in particular, are likely to form a much larger part of financing for forestry projects than is currently the case. Efforts to includeÃ‚Â more forestry projects inÃ‚Â a post-2012 international climate change deal, are slated to be agreed in Cancun at the end of this year.Ã‚Â Ã‚Â
PRESENTATION ONE – Private sector investment opportunities
Economic drivers behind forestry
Timber, carbon and ecosystem revenues
Potential risks and returns
David Brand, Managing Director, New Forests
PRESENTATION TWO – Carbon finance & forestry
CDM projects in afforestation and reforestation
Outlook for REDD projects
Developments in standards and methodologies
Price trends for forest carbon credits
Robert O’Sullivan, Executive Director, North America, Climate Focus
PRESENTATION THREE – Rolling out REDD at a global scale
Status of global REDD efforts today
What needs to be done over the next 3-5 years?
Fast-start action – USD 4bn pledged for 2010-12
What have we learned from multilateral/bilateral initiatives?
National vs sub-national approach: What is the role of smaller project-level interventions?
Per Fredrik Ilsaas Pharo, Special Director, Government of NorwayÃ‚Â´s International Climate and Forest Initiative
RATES & REGISTRATION:
Full rateÃ‚Â – Ã‚Â£119.00/US$183/€134
Environmental Finance/Carbon Finance subscribers, past events attendees – 15% discount
To claim your 15% discount off the full rate, please quote Promo Code FSFWOCT10/CUST/15 when registering.
Academic/not-for-profit orgs/developing countries – 25% discount
To claim your 25% discount off the full rate, please quote Promo Code FSFWOCT10/AC/25 when registering.
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