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Asia and Pacific Regional Workshop: Promoting the CDM and Market Mechanisms

We are pleased to announce that the Asia and Pacific Regional Workshop: Promoting the CDM and Market Mechanisms, organised by ADB and IGES and supported by UNFCCC Secretariat, was successfully concluded. The workshop took place on 13-15 October 2014 at The Skosol Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand, and was attended by 140 participants from across the Asia-Pacific region.

The workshop aimed to promote and support market mechanisms including the CDM in Asia-Pacific countries. The event served as a platform for participants to share best practices and key lessons from their experiences to date, enhance their knowledge on the latest CDM modalities and new market mechanism initiatives, and discuss technical, financial and policy issues with the resource persons.

This workshop was largely divided into two parts - the first was a series of presentations from experienced experts and practitioners with opportunities to ask questions. The second part consisted of small breakout sessions, in which participants were able to have more interactive discussions.

Date 13-15 October 2014
Venue The Skosol Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand
Organisers Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
Collaborator UNFCCC secretariat
Host Country Government of the Thailand
Language English
Number of participants 140
Agenda PDF (274KB)
Workshop report PDF (336KB)
発表資料
1-1 Status of the negotiations on the CDM reform
Suphachol Suphachalasai, World Bank
PDF (638KB)
1-2 CDM’s contribution to global climate action and secretariat’s initiative for increasing demand for CERs and initiatives from countries to support CDM Fatima-Zahra, UNFCCC Secretariat PDF (712KB)
1-3 Overview of finance opportunities for CDM, including initiatives of multilateral banks/agencies, CDM loan scheme and the Green Climate Fund
Virender Kumar Duggal, ADB
PDF (859KB)
2-1 Reporting on SD co-benefits using the new SD tool and opportunities for monitoring to enhance the profile of CDM projects and CER prices: what the buyers want!
Fatima-Zahra Taibi, UNFCCC Secretariat
PDF (865KB)
2-2 SD tool experience, a PP’s perspective on identifying and monitoring SD
Guo Gaiai, UPM Environment Engineering Project Management Consulting Co. Ltd.
PDF (717KB)
2-3 Sharing practices and views in the monitoring of SD
Albert Magalang, DNA Philippines
PDF (697KB)
2-4 Climate change SD co-benefits in Asia
Supat Wangwongwatana, EANET Secretariat, Network Support, RRC.AP
PDF (2.8MB)
3-G1 Requirements from PP regarding the SD from CDM projects/PoAs and modality adapted to assess and monitor CDM contribution to SD
Akhanda Sharma, DNA Nepal
PDF (264KB)
3-G4 How to use the tool and what are the benefits?
Jay Mariyappan, Sindicatum
PDF (1.7MB)
4-1 Current consultation process rules and procedures under the CDM
Fatima-Zahra Taibi, UNFCCC secretariat
PDF (326KB)
4-2 Improving stakeholder consultation process: a PP perspective
Nguyen Quang Phuong, Energy and Environment Consultancy Joint Stock Company
PDF (739KB)
4-3 Improving stakeholder consultation process: a NGO perspective
Binod Shreshtha, Winrock International, Nepal RESPO
PDF (294KB)
4-4 DNA experience and views on the implementation of local consultations
Uy Kamal, DNA Cambodia
PDF (460KB)
5-1 Current requirements under the CDM rules and procedures for issuing LoAs; and the process for dealing with letters from DNAs that withdraw approval/authorization for project participants/project activities or PoAs
Rocío Correial, UNFCCC Secretariat
PDF (262KB)
5-2 Latest updates on PoA rules including multi country PoAs
Hemant Nandanpawar, ADB
PDF (931KB)
5-3 LDC PoA case study
Raju Laudari, AEPC, Nepal
PDF (1.0MB)
5-4 Submission and post submission steps of standardized baselines
Akiko Fukui, IGES
PDF (9.0MB)
5-5 A DNA experience of submitting a standardized baseline
Rubina Stepanyan, DNA Armenia
PDF (3.7MB)
6-1-1 Approval process of CDM project and PoA in Viet Nam
Hoang Manh Hoa, DNA Viet Nam
PDF (1.3MB)
6-1-2 Introduction to CDM and Status of CDM Projects in Banladesh
Alamgir Monsurul Alam, DNA Bangladesh
PDF (1.0MB)
6-2-1 Experience and lesson learned in developing standardized baseline (Rice mill sector)
Uy Kamal, DNA Cambodia
PDF (1.9MB)
6-3-2 Overview of finance opportunities for CDM, including initiatives of multilateral banks/agencies, CDM loan scheme and the Green Climate Fund
Raju Laudari, AEPC, Nepala
PDF (2.0MB)
6-4-1 Overview of finance opportunities for CDM, including initiatives of multilateral banks/agencies, CDM loan scheme and the Green Climate Fund
Nick Stantzos, TUV Rheinland
PDF (332KB)
7-1 CDM as a MRV and result- based finance tool
Suphachol Suphachalasai, World Bank
PDF (428KB)
7-2 Synergetic working of CDM with NAMAs and Green Bonds
Junji Hatano, Carbon Partners Asiatica
PDF (558KB)
7-3 Using carbon credits for financing low carbon development
Zhang Fan, Innovative Low Carbon Centre, Hunan Province, PRC
PDF (2.1MB)
8-1 Status of negotiations on market approaches and landscape of market mechanisms beyond 2015; and how the new market mechanisms can be a catalyst for enhancing ambition
Suphachol Suphachalasai, World Bank
PDF (831KB)
8-2 Promoting market mechanism through the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM)
Akiko Fukui, IGES
PDF (875KB)
8-3 Current status of the JCM in Indonesia
Aryanie Amellina, JCM Secretariat, Indonesia
PDF (695KB)
8-4 Possible configurations of a global market using existing mechanisms
Jay Mariyappan, Sindicatum
PDF (185KB)
9-1 China pilot ETS
Lingshui Mo, ADB
PDF (170KB)
9-2 Domestic ETS in Korea
Jeong-In Kim, Chung-Ang University , Republic of Korea
PDF (5.5MB)
9-3 Linking Renewable Energy Certificate and Energy Efficiency Certificate Schemes with Carbon Markets
Girja Shankar, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, India
PDF (642KB)
10-1 Concept of relationship between NAMAs and market mechanisms
Yuqing Ariel Yu, IGES
PDF (478KB)
10-2 Voluntary markets and NAMAs: Monetizing co-benefits and designing MRV
Lorenzo Santucci, UN-ESCAP
PDF (634KB)
10-3 Thailand voluntary emission reduction (T-VER)
Bongkoch Kittisompun, Review and Monitoring Office, TGO
PDF (627KB)
10-4 Voluntary carbon standard (VCS): A project developer’s perspective
Ingo Puhl, South Pole Carbon Asset Management
PDF (258KB)
11-1 Strategic steps and approaches for linking emission trading schemes in Asia and the Pacific
Lingshui Mol, ADB
PDF (2.1MB)
11-2 Economic assessment on integrated carbon markets in Asia
Teng Fei, Tsinghua University, PRC
PDF (788KB)
11-3 Development of carbon trading schemes in Indonesia and its linkage
Aryanie Amellina, JCM Secretariat, Indonesia
PDF (3.2MB)
11-8 The role of carbon markets in the future climate regime and challenges related to linkages
Rajesh Sethi, UNFCCC
PDF (1.0MB)
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