Date(s) - Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Torys LLP, 33rd Floor, TD Tower South
79 Wellington St. W
Around the globe, initiatives to price carbon, including cap-and-trade systems, are proliferating at a rapid pace. The shifting evolution of carbon markets, including potential new markets, market mechanisms, and market participants are occurring at an almost dizzying rate, including across Canada.
Join The University of Toronto, School of the Environment’s Environmental Finance Advisory Committee for a lively and comprehensive update on all of these developments and more in Ontario, across Canada and beyond.
Date: Tuesday, February 7, 2017. $50.00 plus HST
Event Time: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m.
Where: Torys LLP, 79 Wellington St. W 33rd Floor, TD Tower South
Refreshments: Breakfast & Lunch Provided
UPDATED PRELIMINARY AGENDA
|8.15-8.45AM||NETWORKING BREAKFAST & REGISTRATION|
|8.45-8.50AM||Patricia Koval||OPENING REMARKS|
|8.50-9.30AM||Gray Taylor, Gray Taylor Law||PARIS and MARRAKESH AGREEMENTS– WHAT IT MEANS FOR MARKETS & CANADA?
|9.30-10.30AM||Jessica Butts, Delphi Group||CLIMATE POLICY HIGHLIGHTS + OUTLOOKS: INTERNATIONAL TRENDS and the PAN-CANADIAN FRAMEWORK
o Overview of key pillars, policies
o Survey of Provincial views
|11.00-12.00PM||Michael Tubman, Director of Outreach Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)
|US UPDATE – WHAT WILL HAPPEN UNDER TRUMP?
US Clean Power Plan and State Action (RGGI, Other States), California update Highlights and Outlooks
|12.00-1.30PM||LUNCH & Guest Speaker Julie Desjardins, Julie Desjardins Consulting||CARBON & CAPITAL MARKETS: GOVERNANCE, ACCOUNTING, RISK AND OPPORTUNITIES
|1.30-2.30PM||Patricia Koval, Tyson Dyck, Torys LLP||ONTARIO’S NEW CAP AND TRADE SYSTEM
Director, Carbon Finance
|VOLUNTARY AND PRE COMPLIANCE OFFSETS
|4.00- 4.30PM||Various||DISCUSSION & FINAL THOUGHTS|
The University of Toronto, School of the Environment would like to thank Torys and
Patricia Koval for their generous donation of time and space for this event.
Have questions about TODAY’S NEW AND DEVELOPING CARBON MARKETS – PART 2? Contact University of Toronto, School of the Environment