UPDATED 11 April 2024


GenZero Climate Summit 2024

15 Apr 2024 - 17 Apr 2024
01:00 - 09:00 (GMT) 09:00 - 17:00 (+08)
Singapore, Republic of Singapore
GenZero Summit Cover Sands Expo and Convention Centre

The world is not on track to limiting global temperature rise to 1.5 °C in 2030. As we fall short of our climate goals, the next steps in the road to net zero seems fraught with uncertainty.

Carbon markets, as it currently stands, are in flux. Price, policies, and politics remain critical roadblocks in the decarbonisation agenda. Amidst the debates, it is critical that we do not allow imperfection to impede progress and lose sight of our north star – global decarbonisation for a net zero future. It is imperative that we do not become paralysed into a state of stagnation because inaction today, will have profound consequences tomorrow.

Themed ‘The Next Steps’, the second edition of the GenZero Climate Summit will focus on the pivotal and concrete course of actions required to overcome challenges and accelerate decarbonisation globally.

The only right path for us to combat climate change is the path forward.

Gold Standard Attendance

Margaret Kim, CEO at Gold Standard will be attending the Summit to give an opening keynote speech on 15 April, and joining the panel for the 'Carbon Market 2.0' session on 16 April.

Hugh Salway, Senior Director of Market Development and Partnerships at Gold Standard, will also be attending the summit in person.

Carbon Markets 2.0: Will 2024 be a Year of Redemption?​

16 April 2024
17:00 – 18:00 (SGT)

2023 was a turbulent year for carbon markets, with overall confidence taking a hit. Negotiations on Article 6 were not able to conclude at COP-28. At the same time, global initiatives like ICVCM and VCMI launched frameworks around supply and demand quality benchmarks, and standards rolled out new and improved methodologies. December 2023 saw the largest ever volume of carbon credits retired, a pleasant surprise to close an otherwise rough year for carbon markets. What can we expect in 2024 and beyond?​

This panel will bring together global industry leaders and standards to opine on the outlook for the voluntary carbon markets and compliance markets in the near and long-term.​

  • Margaret N. Kim, Chief Executive Officer

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