ALLCOT at the 8th Latin American and Caribbean Carbon Forum
ALLCOT Group, one of the LACCF 2014 Outreach Supporting Organizations, will be among more than 800 local, regional and international participants from private, public and the financial sectors at the eighth Latin American and Caribbean Carbon Forum (LACCF), which will be held from 03-05 September at the Compensar Convention Centre (Avenida 68 No.49A – 47), in Bogotá, Colombia.
LACCF is a free of charge regional conference and exhibition platform established in 2006 to promote knowledge and information sharing while facilitating business opportunity environments among main carbon market stakeholders.
This annual Conference and Exhibition is jointly organized by the World Bank, the Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE), the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA), the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and the UNEP DTU Partnership, the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) secretariat, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and CAF, the Development Bank of Latin America.
The LACCF is the pre-eminent regional ‘Pulse Taking’ and ‘Business to Business’ platform. It brings together leading individuals and organizations in the field to share knowledge and information, discuss new tendencies, propose solutions, and identify business opportunities in a rapidly changing area towards low carbon economies and societies.
The core objective of the LACCF is to bring together main stakeholders of the climate change mitigation arena and the carbon markets. In addition, The LACCF promotes a discussion and exchange of experiences among these stakeholders and provide participants with the latest developments regarding emissions trading schemes, low emission development and the future of the carbon markets.
The Forum also facilitates debates around the international and national climate change mitigation policies to promote greenhouse gases (GHG) emission reductions. Finally the LACCF seeks new impulses for increasing a higher volume of low carbon investments in Latin American and the Caribbean.
More information: http://www.latincarbon.com/2014/english/organizations.htm