Carbon: Facts & Figures for 2011

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Recent figures show that the voluntary carbon market has experienced a 34% growth resulting in a value of $424 million. “Back to the Future: State and Trends of the Voluntary Carbon Markets 2010,” published by Ecosystem Marketplace and Bloomberg New Energy Finance attributes this to the “growing emphasis of corporate social responsibility spending on climate change”.

This makes The Carbon Show 2011 a must-attend event for all individuals working in carbon finance and looking to capitalise on the success of the voluntary market. Offering insights into the upcoming COP 17 conference in Durban and predictions of the outcomes, join the experts and debate whether the global carbon market can overcome the current lack of certainty in the marketplace. I will be there on behalf of Triteq on Thursday 20th October to ensure we are connected and aware of all the latest developments. Hope to see you there, if you would like to arrange to meet please email Angela.Hobbs@triteq.com

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