Международное партнёрство по углеродному действию (International Carbon Action Partnership — ICAP) объявило о приеме заявок на участие в летней школе по Торговле квотами на выбросы. Участие в учебном курсе открыто для представителей из развивающихся стран. Подробные инструкции по подаче заявки можно найти здесь: https://icapcarbonaction.com/activities/icap-courses.
Летняя школа будет проходить с 4 по 15 июля 2016 года в Брюсселе, Бельгия. Для участия будет отобрано до 30 человек – политических деятелей, а также представителей НПО, частного и научного секторов. Для участия необходимо заполнить электронную форму анкеты, а также прикрепить к ней резюме и сопроводительное письмо.
Для участников доступна финансовая поддержка для покрытия расходов на транспорт и проживание. Питания на время проведения учебного курса будет покрыто за счет организатора.
Основное требование к участникам – вовлечение в принятие решений, разработку и внедрение систем торговли разрешениями на выбросы.
Далее приведена более подробная информация на английском языке.
The International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP) is pleased to open its call for applications for the 2016 ICAP Summer School on Emissions Trading. Participation in the Training Course is open to applicants from developing countries and emerging economies. Detailed application instructions are available at https://icapcarbonaction.com/activities/icap-courses.
Application deadline is 10 AM Berlin (CET/UTC+01:00) on Wed, 20 April 2016. Please note that only applicants who have not taken part in a previous ICAP training course are eligible to apply.
From 4 to 15 July 2016, the International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP) will convene an ICAP Summer School on Emissions Trading for Emerging Economies and Developing Countries in Brussels, Belgium. 25 to 30 carefully selected policy makers and other stakeholders from the nongovernmental, academic and private sectors, will be welcome to join in an in-depth learning experience, explore emissions trading as an instrument to mitigate greenhouse gases, and build capacity on the technical design and implementation of emissions trading systems. Over the span of two weeks, participants will have ample networking opportunities with each other and with the teaching faculty, composed of representatives from ICAP member jurisdictions and other recognized experts in the field.
The ICAP Summer School will provide a curriculum dedicated to emissions trading as a policy instrument for climate policy, and provide concrete examples in the form of case studies.
The course will address a range of issues faced in the design of emissions trading systems (ETS), taking into account the specific needs and interests of developing countries. Covered issues include:
- Data collection and inventory generation
- Allocation methods
- Cap-setting, balancing supply and demand
- Scope and coverage of a trading scheme
- Adequate monitoring, reporting and verification and
- Registry design and implementation.
Additionally, the course will further explore important steps in the implementation of an emissions trading system, again with consideration given to specific needs and interests of developing countries. Such issues include:
- Stakeholder engagement
- Competitiveness concerns
- Impacts on and responses from covered entities
- Market analysis and drivers
- Opportunities offered by creating a global network of linked domestic and regional systems carbon markets, and
- Evaluating the performance of emissions trading.
Team-building activities are an important component of the ICAP Summer School and will be fostered through break-out sessions and multiple working groups. A detailed program will be made available to those applicants who have been selected for participation.
Teaching faculty for the Summer School will consist of experienced decision makers from the relevant administrative authorities in ICAP member jurisdictions, practitioners from the private sectors, and representatives from established research institutions active in the area of emissions trading and climate policy. With this combination of different backgrounds, the faculty not only guarantees a high level of technical expertise and practical experience, but also promotes the creation of an active network between Summer School participants, government officials and the research and advisory community. Course material will be provided by recognized experts on the technical and institutional aspects of climate policy and emissions trading.
Participation is open to applicants from developing countries and emerging economies.1 Applicants should be stakeholders from the nongovernmental, academic and private sectors as well as policy makers who are or will be involved in deciding on, designing and implementing emissions trading systems. Participants will be selected based on defined criteria that take into account a balanced mixture of professional backgrounds and nationalities. Final confirmation of participants will rest with ICAP. Detailed application instructions are available on the ICAP website.
The Summer School will be carried out from 4 to 15 July 2016 in Brussels, Belgium. Financial support for travel expenses, accommodation, and local transportation is available for participants. Meals during the course are provided by the organizers. Further details will be made available to those applicants who have been selected for participation.
The Ecologic Institute and Development Solutions implement the ICAP Summer School on behalf of the International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP), and with funding from the European Commission.
Climate Action Network of Kyrgyzstan