Session Sponsors

We would like to thank our Session Sponsors:

 

AirCarbon is a regulated, blockchain-based, commodities exchange for carbon. We make carbon trading frictionless through our SPOT and Futures markets. This allows hedge funds, carbon developers, and other organizations to use market-based mechanisms to manage their carbon emissions in a transparent, low-cost, and high liquidity environment.


Market disruption is an accepted reality for business, as new competition and technologies drive the pace of change faster than ever before. Our clients want lawyers who are prepared to lead, differentiate and adapt in a constantly changing world. As the original global law firm, we bring the right talent to every client issue. We partner with our clients to deliver solutions in the world's largest economies as well as newly opening markets. Our strength is our ability to adopt a new type of thinking and use cutting-edge legal technologies to help clients overcome the challenges of competing in today's new world economic order.


A specialist climate change, carbon markets and environmental legal consultancy. We counsel a broad range of clientele on traditional environmental regulatory matters, and environmental resource protection and remediation obligations. Our vision is to see climate change regulatory developments flourish across the continent, advancing in their ambition and complexity over time, as part of a sustainable future.

Based in Seoul, GGGI is a treaty-based international, inter-governmental organization that supports developing country governments transition to a model of economic growth that is environmentally sustainable and socially inclusive. GGGI delivers programs for its Members and partners to strengthen climate action and mobilize green investments.


The Global Carbon Council (GCC), an initiative of Gulf Organisation for Research and Development (GORD), is a voluntary carbon offsetting program that aims to assist the organisations reduce their carbon footprints, help sectoral economy to diversify by adopting low-carbon pathways and catalyze climate actions on ground.

Gold Standard was established in 2003 by WWF and other international NGOs to ensure projects that reduced carbon emissions featured the highest levels of environmental integrity and also contributed to sustainable development. With the adoption of the Paris Climate Agreement and the SDGs, we launched a best practice standard for climate and sustainable development interventions, Gold Standard for the Global Goals, to maximise impact, creating value for people around the world and the planet we share.


The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) is a political foundation. In Germany, 16 regional offices offer a wide variety of civic education conferences and events. At home as well as abroad, our civic education programs aim at promoting freedom and liberty, peace, and justice. We focus on consolidating democracy, the unification of Europe and the strengthening of transatlantic relations, as well as on development cooperation.


MUFG manages the affairs of its subsidiaries within the group and the business of the group as a whole along with all relevant ancillary business. The corporate vision serves as the basic policy in conducting our business activities, and provides guidelines for all group activities. MURG's mission is to be a foundation of strength, committed to meeting the needs of our customers, serving society, and fostering shared and sustainable growth for a better world.


The Ministry of the Environment is a Cabinet-level ministry of the government of Japan responsible for global environmental conservation, pollution control, and nature conservation. The ministry was formed in 2001 from the sub-cabinet level Environmental Agency established in 1971.


The Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment has the main responsibility for ensuring integrated governmental climate and environmental policies. Environmental challenges are complex and affect all actors in society. Developments in the various sectors are largely determined by sectoral policies. In efforts to create sustainable development, environmental considerations need to be integrated into policy making in all areas of society.


The PMR is a forum for collective innovation and action and a fund to support capacity building to scale up climate change mitigation. It provides support to prepare and implement climate change mitigation policies—including carbon pricing instruments—in order to scale up GHG mitigation. The PMR serves as a platform to share lessons, countries work together to shape the future of cost-effective GHG mitigation.



SOFOFA nació en 1883 como la Sociedad de Fomento Fabril, con el objetivo de promover la industria manufacturera de Chile. Desde entonces ha evolucionado hasta constituirse en la más importante, representativa y diversa institución empresarial del país. Nuestra misión es de validar a la empresa como un actor confiable y relevante en el proyecto de hacer de Chile un país más desarrollado, moderno e inclusivo.


At South Pole, we work with businesses and governments across the globe. We help realise deep decarbonisation pathways across industries, based on a thorough understanding of climate risks and opportunities in specific sectors, as well as the highest emission reduction standards. Our Purpose: We act today for a better tomorrow. Our Vision: Climate action for all. Our Mission: We accelerate the transition to a climate-smart society.


We are a leading international banking group, with a presence in 60 of the world’s most dynamic markets and serving clients in a further 85. Our purpose is to drive commerce and prosperity through our unique diversity, and our heritage and values are expressed in our brand promise, Here for good. Standard Chartered PLC is listed on the London and Hong Kong Stock Exchanges.


StratCarbon Ltda. is a consulting company created in 2017 by Christian Patrickson, aimed at providing high-quality consulting services on climate change to private companies, governments and NGOs. The mission of the company is to make a positive and significant contribution in the transition process towards a low-carbon world economy.


With offices in Stockholm and Eskilstuna, The Swedish Energy Agency is a governmental body which promotes climate smart energy research via grants as well as business development support for energy related innovations. It has long been the home of Sweden’s expertise on emissions markets, including the EU-ETS, the Kyoto Protocol’s flexible mechanisms, and now Article 6 of the Paris Agreement.


The Federal Environment Agency (Umweltbundesamt, UBA) is Germany’s central environmental authority. In addition to ‘purely scientific work’, the enforcement of environmental law and providing information to the general public about environmental protection issues are key areas of its daily work. The Federal Environment Agency also serves as a partner and point of contact in Germany for a number of international institutions, for instance the European Environment Agency.

The World Bank mission is to end extreme poverty and boost shared prosperity around the world. These goals cannot be met if we do not tackle climate change. The Bank Group is as committed as ever to the climate agenda and helping countries meet the goals of the Paris Agreement, including through financing, technical assistance, and knowledge sharing. The institution is also a leader in shaping the next generation of climate finance and markets.