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There is an activity gap between existing and future market-based mechanisms that challenges maintaining the expertise of stakeholders while testing new approaches in practice. This presentation looks at possible bilateral agreements for sector crediting. It draws on interim results of the research project “The fragmentation of the carbon market and options for counteraction” by the German Federal Environment Agency and the German Emissions Trading Authority. Carsten Warnecke, Senior Consultant International Climate Policies at Ecofys, presented it at the Carbon Expo 2014 in Cologne, Germany.
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