(EnergyAsia, May 29, Friday) — ‘The International Symposium on Global Carbon Finance and Market’, jointly organised by Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University and Australia’s University of New South Wales, will be held in Singapore from June 25 to 26.

The symposium aims to provide a platform for industry professionals, government officials and multilateral agency representatives to present the latest developments on carbon emissions reduction (CER) projects.

The event will also discuss financing and management mechanisms, carbon financing and trading, policy and regulations, CDM development, investment risks, forecasts and global outlook for the market.

Other topics covered include financing renewable energy projects with carbon credits, solutions to manage emissions risk, promoting energy efficiency in buildings with CDM, bankability of CDM projects, risk analysis, financing and trading in the carbon markets, models for CDM projects across different countries, project financing for biomass energy plants in Malaysia, carbon due diligence and feasibility assessments, investment analysis and the economics in Asia’s CDM market.

Speakers at the event include David G. Carmichael and Maria Balatbat (University of New South Wales), Ng Wun Jern, Kai Li and Robert Tiong (Nanyang Technological University), Jeff Huang (Chicago Climate Exchange), Mafalda Duarte (World Bank, Indonesia), Michel Buron (KYOTO Energy), Dinesh Babu (The Carbon Rating Agency), Andreas Bollmann (Swiss Re), William A Pazos and Marcelo Labre (Standard Bank Plc),

Ben Atkinson (Agrinergy), Chaiwat Muncharoen (Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization), Wilfred Walsh (Biosphere Capital), Dorjee Sun (Carbon Conservation), Kiyoshi Okumura (World Bank Group), Bas Van Dun (One Carbon), Ashutosh Pandey (Emergent Ventures), Ong Gin Keat (Metax Engineering), Paul Wilden (Bank of New York Mellow), Suzanne Chew (TFS Green), Architrandi Priambodo (Asia Carbon), Mohamad Adan Yusof (Mensilin Holdings),and Nils Steinbrecher (ERM).

Two pre-symposium workshops to discuss climate change, climate science, policy and carbon markets will be held on June 24.

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