Update on China’s New Carbon Trading Scheme

September 25: 9.30am - 10.30am Central European Time; 3.30pm-4.30pm China Standard Time



The city of Shenzhen has become the test spot as China’s first carbon trading scheme in attempts to curb their greenhouse gas emissions. The scheme attempts to put a price on externalities, to make companies pay to pollute and be rewarded for reducing emissions in their supply chain. After opening the market on July 1, how effective has it been? Other instruments have also been implemented by the government, such as “Compulsory Environmental Pollution Liability Insurance” ensuring that companies can pay for potential environmental damage. How effective have these been?


  • International Emissions Trading Association (IETA): Jeff Swartz, Director, International Policy
  • Verified Carbon Standard: Zhuli Hess, China Director

For more information or to request to join the panel, please contact Seline.yin@agrion.org in China 

Liste des inscrits
19 personnes sont présentes à cette réunion, parmi lesquelles :
Will attend in person Via streaming
Business Controller
European Manager
Con Edison Solutions
SCS Global Services
GHG Verification Coordinator
Policy Analyst
Resarch Fellow
Verified Carbon Standard
China Director
EU-China Environmental Gover
Expert-Visibility and Communications
International Coordination Manager
Alma cg
Responsable Projets
Enel Foundation
Energy Analyst
Aaqius & Aaqius
Vice President
GreenStream Network
Execuive Vice President
Columbia University
Energy Finance & Investment
California Legislative Analy
Senior Fiscal & Policy Analyst - Energy and Climate Change
ICF International
Lead Managing Consultant
Schneider Electric
Environment Director
21st Century Business Herald
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Liste des intervenants
Jeff Swartz
International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
Director, International Policy
Zhuli Hess
Verified Carbon Standard
China Director