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How Corporates Should Navigate Opportunities and Liability in the VCM in 2024

Posted Mar 29, 2024 | Views 665
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# Carbon Accounting
# Scope 3 Emissions
# Decarbonization
# Sylvera
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In 2024, the voluntary carbon market will undergo significant shifts– from CORSIA deadlines going into effect, new carbon border taxes and continued momentum in Article 6.2.

Changes to how carbon credits can be counted toward net zero progress, including the Scope 3 claim from the VCMI and the ISO’s expansion of the role of carbon credits presents a huge opportunity for buyers.

As the market shifts towards value, quality and compliance our panel will discuss how you can take advantage of this opportunity and get ahead of your competitors.

In this session, we will discuss:

  • Why corporate buyers risk being caught out by carbon liabilities in 2024
  • How to put the right guardrails in place to ensure you benefit from new market initiatives
  • Best practice on procuring the right quality and volume of credits at the right price
  • How to navigate new market regulations such as CORSIA which will increase the demand and price of high quality credits

Moderator:

  • Margaret Morales, Director, Carbon, GreenBiz Group

Speakers:

  • Allister Furey, CEO, Sylvera
  • Mark Kenber, Executive Director, VCMI
  • Rebecca Idell, Global Markets Sustainable Finance, UBS
  • Alexis Manuel, Head of Carbon Desk, ENGIE Global Energy Management Solutions
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