Time & Location
Jul 27, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
About the event
CGM is very pleased to present this webinar series on a very important topic: carbon pricing
This series was jointly curated with Andrei Marcu, indeed a prominent figure in the field of climate change and energy policy.
"As the founder and executive director of the European Roundtable on Climate Change and Sustainable Transition (ERCST), he has made significant contributions to shaping climate and energy policies in Europe.
ERCST is a leading think tank that focuses on analyzing and advancing the implementation of climate and energy policies, particularly within the European Union. The organization engages with policymakers, industry stakeholders, and civil society to provide expertise and promote dialogue on crucial topics related to climate change mitigation and sustainable transition.
Andrei Marcu's expertise and leadership within ERCST have earned him recognition and influence in the field. He has actively participated in numerous international climate negotiations, including the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) conferences of parties (COPs), where he has provided valuable insights and policy recommendations.
Additionally, Marcu has been involved in various high-level advisory roles and expert groups related to climate and energy policy. His expertise extends to areas such as carbon markets, emission reduction strategies, and the role of technology in achieving sustainable development goals.
While it is challenging to quantify an individual's exact level of influence, it is fair to say that Andrei Marcu has made significant contributions to shaping climate and energy policies through his work at ERCST. His expertise, engagement in international climate negotiations, and advisory roles have undoubtedly positioned him as an influential figure in the field."
We have leading speakers contributing to 3 important topics: the concept of pricing carbon and valuing it, mandatory carbon markets and voluntary carbon markets. Many businesses will not be able to absorb any pricing of their emissions but this is certainly one of the levers which governments will resort to in their "Inevitable Policy Response" and hence, this is critical upcoming policy which businesses, industries and countries need to understand thoroughly.