The Carbon Market Institute, in collaboration with the Clean Energy Regulator, has hosted workshops, seminars and webinars to provide foundational information about Australia’s carbon markets, including market drivers and supply and demand dynamics. Recordings of the 2020 seminar series “Participating in Australia’s carbon market to meet corporate climate goals” and webinars from 2019 and 2020 are available to watch.
The 2020 webinar "Participating in Australia’s carbon markets" provides a detailed overview of the opportunities to use carbon markets to achieve climate goals. It is aimed at participants who may be new to carbon markets, as well as those exploring new options for further participation. The webinar explains the current drivers of emissions reductions, and provides an overview of Australia’s policies and how to participate in the schemes.
This webinar focused on the supply and demand dynamics of the Australian carbon credit unit (ACCU) market and opportunities to source ACCUs. The webinar is aimed at market participants to assist in making informed purchasing and selling decisions.
An in-depth look at developments and activity in international carbon markets, including supply and demand dynamics in international units, voluntary market corporate trends and key drivers, specific industry developments, the Paris Agreement and Article 6 market implications in the lead up to COP26.
Information and insights from the Clean Energy Regulator’s most recent Quarterly Carbon Market Report with data on the supply and demand for ACCUs and large-scale generation certificates (LGCs), renewable energy market updates and trends and opportunities that may inform future market decisions.
A two-part series focused on market-related state-based policies and initiatives, and opportunities for organisations to engage in local developments and programs at the state level. Part 1 focuses on Western Australia, Victoria, and South Australia.
A two-part series focused on market-related state-based policies and initiatives, and opportunities for organisations to engage in local developments and programs at the state level. Part 2 focuses on Queensland and New South Wales.
A look at how the supply side in Australia’s carbon market operates. This will include market intelligence from project developers active in carbon farming projects and engaging in partnerships with landholders to progress opportunities in Australia’s carbon farming industry.
An in-depth look at key developments and trends in the corporate sector, highlighting business leadership and opportunities in the transition to a net-zero economy, and key things to consider when planning and developing a carbon management strategy.
Market perspectives and insights from experienced brokers and traders on the practical elements of engaging in Australia’s carbon and energy markets. This seminar will specifically be focussed on ACCUs, LGCs and other eligible units being traded by Australian corporate entities as part of their corporate climate strategy, as well as the role of renewable energy.
Market perspectives and insights from experienced brokers and traders currently active in the international offset market (including Certified Emission Reductions, Voluntary Emission Reductions and Verified Carbon Units) and how the long-term international landscape is developing. This seminar will address key things to consider for organisations in Australia where international units form part of their long-term procurement and corporate climate strategy.
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