Voluntary Carbon Markets Global Dialogue

Making voluntary carbon markets drive development

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    Climate Focus is a pioneering international advisory company. We support our clients with shaping and navigating through international and domestic climate policies, accessing climate finance, and engaging with new climate mechanisms and cooperative approaches. Climate Focus has offices in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Berlin, Washington DC and Bogotá.
    IRID (Indonesia Research Institute for Decarbonization) is an Indonesia-based think tank focusing on policy analysis and policy advocacy to support decarbonization and resilience society. IRID will be able to support and advise relevant stakeholders to promote decarbonized and climate resilient development.
    SouthSouthNorth (SSN) is a non-profit based in Cape Town. With a focus on Sub-Saharan African (including specialization in knowledge brokering), SSN is well placed to support Verra’s work, both technically and through its capacity to convene and facilitate stakeholder engagement.
    Transforma is a think-and-do tank, based in Bogotá, that performs strategic and evidence-based thinking, communication and advocacy to achieve the systemic changes required for a viable world where all beings can co-exist and thrive.
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    Verra manages the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) Program, the world’s largest voluntary greenhouse gas (GHG) crediting program. Over 1,600 certified VCS projects have collectively reduced or removed more than 500 million tonnes of carbon and other GHG emissions from the atmosphere, many of which are based in developing countries. Verra believes that the perspective of these projects needs to be included in the discussions about the structure of the voluntary carbon markets.