This workshop brought together academia, stakeholders and senior policy makers from different carbon markets worldwide, in a unique process for a fruitful exchange on carbon market integration. The workshop, jointly organised with DG Climate Action of the European Commission, is part of the so called ‘Florence process’ aimed to stimulate the on-going debate on carbon markets amongst international policymakers and experts. The event was a follow-up of the LIFE SIDE project. Co-funded under the LIFE Programme, the project which was completed in December 2018, has been supporting policymakers with the implementation of the EU ETS.
Workshop by invitation only and held under the Chatham House Rule.
Previous workshops of the Florence Process:
First Carbon Market Workshop, 25 September 2017
Second Carbon Market Workshop, 14 May 2018
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