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Trading Carbon : November 2011
Volume 05 | Issue 09 | November 2011 contents Cover story The real deal? With the first commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol due to expire at the end of 2012, recent UN climate talks in Panama indicated that international negotiators are no closer to finding an agreement on a successor to Kyoto or continuation of its flexible mechanisms, notably the Clean Development Mechanism In an effort to side-step the snail-like UN negotiations, Japan has proposed its own bilateral crediting mechanism. But does this scheme have the potential to go global? Robin Lancaster reports 04 INSIDE 01 Editorial 08 News 10 On the move 18 People Susanne Haefeli-Hestvik Susanna Twidale talks to the technical director at carbon offset project developer Tricorona 30 Special report: Latin America Colombia gets ready Valerie Volcovici reports on Colombia's efforts to develop new carbon market systems 32 An alternative opportunity Nelson Sam and Fernanda Gusmao look at the opportunities nationally appropriate mitigation action plans can provide for Mexico 34 Opinion Oilsands matter Oilsands will have a profound impact on climate policy in Canada, say Clare Demerse and Jennifer Grant 42 Carbon capture and utilisation Why not use it? Carbon capture and utilisation can play a role in growing a green economy, says Peter Styring, Daan Jansen, Heleen de Connick, Hans Reith and Katy Armstrong 44 Data November 2011 www.pointcarbon.com 12 "At the moment, the bilateral programme is nothing but a sales promotion effort for Japanese technologies" Junji Hatano, Carbon Partners Asiatica
December - January 2011