Getting the Instrument Right: Identify, design, and implement carbon pricing instruments - Day 2
Session 3: Implementing multiple carbon pricing instruments: Why and how and what we have learned
While the identification and implementation of more than one carbon pricing instrument, either at a same time or in a phased manner and in different sectors, is context specific and responds to meet different policy and market objectives, such an approach can increase complexity of design as well as implementation. This session will discuss the opportunities to implement, the challenges with implementing multiple CPIs, how to select those instruments and what we can learn from jurisdictions that have already implemented or are planning to implement multiple instruments.
Moderator: Carolyn Fischer, Research Manager, DEC, World Bank
Scene Setting Presentation: Knut Einar Rosendahl, Professor, School of Economics and Business, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
- Judy Meltzer, Director General, Carbon Markets Bureau, Environment and Climate Change, Canada
- Chris Shipley, Head of Global Markets, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), UK
- Adriana Gutiérrez, Advisor to the Climate Change and Risk Manager Director, Ministry of Environment & Sustainable Development, Colombia
- Pathom Chaiyapruksaton, Carbon Market Manager, Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization (TGO), Thailand
- Dirk Heine, Sr. Economist, EFI, World Bank
Session 4: Considerations and challenges: How to proceed?
As many countries are now planning to implement carbon pricing instruments and increase their readiness under the PMI, this session will share and discuss what we learnt from the decade of experience from the Partnership for Market Readiness (PMR). We will hear from countries that have already implemented a carbon price to understand what countries should consider, how to plan and implement, what challenges to be aware of and options to overcome them.
Moderator: Malin Ahlberg, Deputy Head of Division, New Market Mechanisms, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Germany
- Corina Mocanu, Policy Officer, International Climate Action, European Commission
- Rui Yun, Manager (Economic Research), National Climate Change Secretariat, Prime Minister’s Office, Singapore
- Diana Guzman, Director, Climate Mitigation Policies, Secretariat of Environment & Natural Resources (SEMARNAT), Mexico
- Simon Fellermeyer, Policy Advisor, Federal Office for the Environment, Switzerland