Navigating the American Carbon World 2013

04/16/2013 - 04/18/2013

Clean Technology and Environmental Permitting + Regulation

Palace Hotel
2 New Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

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Navigating the American Carbon World (NACW) is the largest and most comprehensive gathering for information and discussion around climate change policy and carbon markets. Happening April 16-18 in San Francisco, NACW will take an in-depth look at California’s historic cap-and-trade program, including discussions on market structure, revenue allocation, legal issues and forecasts. The conference will also delve into other established and emerging carbon markets around the world and potential linkages. And, NACW will provide a platform for discussing offsets and offset supply, U.S. federal policies, and business leadership.

 In its 11th consecutive year, NACW is once again being anticipated as the year’s best networking event for the climate change policy and carbon community. It has consistently attracted the largest crowd of representatives from business, government, environmental groups and academia. For NACW 2013, delegates will have the opportunity to network and schedule meetings with each other through a special conference social networking community.

Bill Sloan will moderate a pre-conference workshop on April 16th focused on “Using offsets as mitigation in the CEQA context.” The workshop is intended for attorneys working in the climate change arena who want to learn more about hot topics in the California offsets market.

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