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17Feb

Gold Standard seeks input on plans to align voluntary carbon market with Paris Agreement and ensure integrity as market seeks to scale

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – 18 February 2021: As the voluntary carbon market is at a crossroads with rapid growth and international policy changes, Gold Standard today proposes new measures to ensure integrity principles as the market scales.

21Aug

Sustainable Development Provisions in the Rulebook Drafts of the Art. 6 Paris Agreement

 WEBINAR RECORDING 

On September 22, 2020, UNEP-DTU and SDI hosted a webinar to discuss carbon markets beyond GHG mitigation. You can listen back to this webinar below or access the presentations for the most recent views of sustainable development provisions in Article 6.

September 22nd 2020, 15:00 – 16.15 (CEST)

19May

Innovate4Climate: Stronger voluntary market - New rules to raise the bar post-2020

Stronger voluntary market - New rules to raise the bar post-2020
3pm CEST (9am EDT) on Wednesday 08 July 2020

27Feb

Post 2020 voluntary carbon market principles

A new context
Markets have evolved since the Kyoto Protocol. Science now tells us how we need to decarbonise and by when. The Paris Agreement accordingly includes emission reduction targets for all countries, improving upon the binary nature of the Kyoto regime.

29Jul

UN Climate Summit 2019 (COP25)

As announced by the UNFCCC Secretariat, COP 25 will now take place from 02-13 December in Madrid. Gold Standard will be there to participate in a broad range of events from envisioning the voluntary carbon market post-2020 to advocating for sustainable development in Article 6 and more broadly, to how digitalization and disruptive technologies can provide the greatest positive impact to climate action.

13Nov

Gold Standard at COP24

WEEK ONE:

BLOCKCHAIN FOR CORPORATE SUPPLY CHAINS
WWF Pavilion
Sunday 02 Dec 2018
15:00 - 16:30 

With the Climate Ledger Initiative and our partners at WWF, Gold Standard will present how blockchain and other disruptive technologies (e.g. Internet of Things, big data and artificial intelligence) can help mainstream sustainable supply chains and provide trusted, traceable impact data to investors and consumers.