Cooperation between ISC and ClimaXmi Beijing on “Low Carbon Champions Alliance”
Institute for Sustainable Communities(ISC) has authorized ClimaXmi Beijing as its coordinator in North China region for the development of “Low-Carbon Champions Alliance” project since early 2013.
Recently ClimaXmi Beijing is launching the first in a series of Low-Carbon Champions Alliance, titled as “In-depth and Perspectives of China Carbon Markets”. This workshop has arranged at 2:00-4:00pm on 15th May 2013, to be held at the conference room of China Beijing Environment Exchange (CBEEX).
ClimaXmi Beijing is honored to have Prof. Duan Maosheng from Qinghua University and CEO Mei Dewen from CBEEX as two outstanding speakers. They will analyze the opportunity and challenges for China’s carbon market from policy, technical and market-readiness perspectives, which will to some extend provide useful information and smart ideas to participants.
We are very much delighted to have multi-sector participants to join this workshop and exchange ideas, for further develop China Carbon Market and build low carbon society. Attached is the invitation letter for your reference.
The Provision of Carbon Emissions Management of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone was enacted and released on 10 November 2012. ClimaXmi’s carbon expert and legal experts made a quick translation and some comments to share with national and international experts who are interested. We hope this short research would be helpful for further improvement and development of Shenzhen’s pilot ETS.
Please read and download our translation and comments in green here
ClimaXmi successfully offsets the Carbon Footprint for the Portuguese Embassy in China
On 12th November 2012, ClimaXmi sold 48 tons of VCS 2007 Standard VERs to the Portuguese Embassy in China through China Beijing Environment Exchange, with a Carbon Credit Transaction Certificate issued the same day. All purchased VERs were used by the Portuguese Embassy in China to offset its Carbon Footprint produced in year 2011. The VERs were developed by ClimaXmi this year from the Fujian Zhangpu Liuao 3rd Wind Power Project which is located near the seashore of Fujian Zhangpu county, the same location as the Gold Standard qualified Fujian Zhangpu Liuao 1st Wind Power Project .
ClimaXmi welcomes more global companies and organizations to reduce their carbon footprint by themselves and by offsetting. If VERs from the same project or other qualified VERs / Gold Standard VERs are needed, please feel free to contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Offset our carbon footprint, for a low carbon green world!
Riders representing 16 different nationalities joined a three days ( 27th May-29th May, 2012), 360-kilometer (224-mile) cycling trip from Rotterdam to Cologne as a prologue of Carbon Expo.
ClimaXmi, as a leading consulting company in carbon market, actively participated in this trip along with other three dozens of cyclists, including carbon traders, carbon fund experts, policy experts and more. The trip in the end had fulfilled the purpose of carbon emission reduction as the bikers arrived in Cologne on their racing bike after three days of hard paddling.
More details of EnCO2 trip, see Bloomberg Article By Catherine Airlie : http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-05-31/carbon-traders-feel-wind-in-their-faces-biking-to-expo.html
On 18th March 2012 a draft version of Climate Change Law of the People's Republic of China was publicly released by Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing.
Before that the draft Climate Change Law of China was submitted to China's National Development and Reform Committee.
This initiative provides first-ever completed Climate Change law texts of China for open discussion and public comments. Leading by Prof. Chang Jiwen, first post PhD of Environmental Resources Law in China, the draft law was co-operated by Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Science together with Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.
ClimaXmi’s legal and climate policy experts located in China, USA and the Netherlands together finalized their opinions then sent the Legal Comments in Chinese to Prof. Chang Jiwen on 30th April 2012, the deadline set by the China Climate Change lawdrafting team.
Our comments in the report is the English translation version which reflects our Legal Comments in Chinese, to share with international legal and policy experts of Climate Change.
The heated debate of EU-ETS on aviation is in the air, which caused high tensions among EU and non-EU countries during the past months. For a better understanding of aviation in the EU-ETS, ClimaXmi’s International experts would like to share their market insights in a series of articles.
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Presentation: Leading the Green Growth Path in Emerging Economics - an Environmentalist's perspective focusing on China in a Global Picture
On Tuesday, June 28th 2011, when a heat wave hit Paris with 40 degrees, Nancy Chen, Managing Director of ClimaXmi gave a presentation at a close-door think tank meeting. In her presentation titled "Leading the Green Growth Path in Emerging Economics - an Environmentalist's perspective focusing on China in a Global Picture", she analysed China's emission reduction targets, policies and measures for reaching the target by 2020, and the global pictures of World GDP, GHG emission scenarios, as well as global temperature by 2050. The challenges and opportunities for China to lead the Green Growth Path was listed and concluded.If you would like to read, please check:Should you have any questions or requests, please feel free to contact us.
ClimaXmi, as a co-organizer, would like to invite you to join the:
Training Workshop on Asian Development Pathways in the context of transitions towards a “Green
17-21 October 2011
Application Deadline: 31 July 2011
Contact: Barbara Solich email@example.com
One of the major challenges of societies concerns how to improve well-being in an inclusive way, while respecting planetary boundaries. The upcoming Rio+20 Earth Summit 2012 (United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development—UNCSD) has as one of its major themes ‘Green Economy within the Context of Sustainable Development and Poverty Reduction’. The so-called ‘Green Economy’ offers various insights and policy measures for transforming socio-economic systems toward a sustainable path. In this realm, it is important to have a comprehensive understanding of the concept of Green Economy, covering not only important aspects related to economic efficiency and economic policy reforms (taxes, economic incentives, investment in green technologies, etc), but also to take into consideration a more holistic view of such transformation by considering social components including equity, inclusiveness, and the compatibility of these changes with social, cultural and political values.
In this context, the Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN) and the International Human Dimension Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP) is organizing a workshop on Green Economy with the purpose of supporting capacity building in developing countries from the Asian-Pacific regioni. The workshop is oriented toward early-career scientists and policy-makers, providing them with an integrated framework on Green Economy that considers social, political, economic and technological changes necessary for a transition toward socially and environmentally sustainable development. The workshop will also focus on the long run feasibility of present high economic growth rates in some Asian economies, identifying alternative development pathways for a transition toward a Green Economy.
To register online for the event, please click here
If you need further information, please visit: www.ihdp.unu.edu
We are looking forward to meeting you there.
APEC Symposium on Low-Carbon Technology and Industrial Cooperation - 2011 Nanjing International Technology Transfer Conference
ClimaXmi, as a co-organizer, would like to invite you to join the "APEC Symposium on Low-Carbon Technology & Industrial Cooperation—2011 Nanjing International Technology Transfer Conference", to be taken place in Nanjing, China, 20th & 21st Oct, 2011.
“APEC Symposium on Low-Carbon Technology & Industrial Cooperation” is a project funded by APEC Support Fund (project number: IST 05/2010A). Under APEC framework, the Symposium will focus on key technologies related to low-carbon economy in 4 major sectors, i.e., New Energy and energy efficiency, bio-technology and pharmaceuticals, integrated circuit and new materials. Scholars and experts from APEC economies and other countries will be invited to the event to:
- display cutting-edge technologies in the related areas,
- introduce current status, developing trend and industrialization road map of low-carbon technologies in APEC economies,
- exchange the paradigms and measures of developing low-carbon technologies and industrial cooperation in APEC economies,
- exchange experiences in the development of low-carbon economy,
- explore how to promote sustainable development through low-carbon technology and industrial cooperation, and
- participate in B2B meetings for low-carbon technology transfer and industrial cooperation.
We could provide early bird discount for the participants until 31st May, 2011. Please feel free to contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
To register online for the event, please click here
If you need further information, please visit: www.nittc.org
We are looking forward to meeting you there.
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APEC Symposium on Low Carbon Technology & Industrial Cooperation Nanjing 2011