Upcoming Webinars
Finding the Flight Path - Sustainable Aviation Fuels vs CORSIA Offsets
CFS Cross-Market, VCM
Carbon Offsets, Clean Fuel Standards
5 June, 2024

As of 2024, most emissions from the world's largest airlines are now subject to mandatory compliance under the CORSIA program. Emissions beyond a 2019 baseline must be compensated for; airlines have the option to utilize CORSIA-approved carbon credits or reduce emissions by adopting cleaner fuels. The choice lies with them, while the economics are ours to scrutinize.

Previous Webinars
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West Coast Compliance Offsets Forecast - Washington, California, and Voluntary Retirements
West Coast Compliance Offsets Forecast - Washington, California, and Voluntary Retirements
VCM, WCI CCOs & WCOs,
Carbon Offsets
15 May, 2024

In December 2024, the Washington Compliance Offset (WCO) market could either become one of the most sought after and highest-priced avoidance offset markets worldwide, or it won't exist. The risk-reward balance for this market for developers is extreme and skewed, with much still to be figured out due to the novelty of the program.

Visions for the VCM Part II
Visions for the VCM Part II
VCM, WCI CCOs & WCOs
Carbon Offsets
11 April, 2024

In our sequel to our scenario gathering exercise earlier this year, we will be presenting our recent VCM modeling results and discussing possible futures of the VCM with our distinguished panelists.

VCM Vision Crafting – Scoping Future Scenarios for Global Carbon Offsets (Pt.1) 
VCM Vision Crafting – Scoping Future Scenarios for Global Carbon Offsets (Pt.1) 
VCM
Carbon Offsets
23 January, 2024

The ‘Voluntary Carbon Market’ is unusual; it’s unusual to trade within in, to categorise, and certainly to forecast.

Expectations for COP 28 on Article 6 - what progress is possible?
Expectations for COP 28 on Article 6 - what progress is possible?
VCM
Carbon Offsets
1 December, 2023

Article 6.4 of the Paris Agreement is increasingly regarded as the most important mechanism to propel carbon markets in the coming decade. The mechanism will enable the trading of emission reduction and removal credits generated through specific activities implemented in host countries, and the participation of countries, companies and individuals. Not only is it expected to generate renewed supply and demand for offsets credits, it is also hoped to address concerns around credit integrity and dissuade the trust issues plaguing the VCM. However, much remains unclear with regards to the specificity of the mechanism, and substantial disagreement on important aspects thereof lingers among key players of the VCM. Join us in this webinar as we review the state of development of the Article 6.4 mechanism and evaluate expectations ahead of COP 28.

How Should Corporates Use Offsets? – Assessing VCM Usage Guidelines
How Should Corporates Use Offsets? – Assessing VCM Usage Guidelines
VCM
Carbon Offsets
2 November, 2023

When corporates buy offsets, they buy reputational – and even legal – risk. This maxim is an increasingly pressing issue in the VCM with buyers withdrawing from offsets purchase agreements and declining to further their investments in carbon reduction projects. Many, in response, call for increased regulations. However, the regulatory landscape is fragmented, and while some jurisdictions are taking steps to regulate offsets use, the requirements are hard to navigate. Simultaneously, voluntary standards are attempting to bridge this regulatory gap and guide corporates on offsets use. In this webinar, we are analysing available guidance on offsets use and assess how they might impact buyer behaviour in the VCM.