Knowing the Different Kinds of Presentations at NACW

For over two decades, NACW has been providing climate professionals with access to the latest information and updates on carbon markets and climate policy. There are two ways to learn and share content – workshops and sessions.

All workshops are scheduled for the first day of the conference. They may feature different formats and be hosted by organizations besides the Climate Action Reserve. At NACW 2024, registered attendees may attend any workshops that are included in the NACW program. Please note that registration is for the full conference.

Sessions include plenary sessions and breakout sessions, and all take place on the second and third days of the conference. These sessions are designed as interactive discussions among a group of panelists with a moderator leading the discussion. Breakout sessions fall under one of four different paths. All sessions are hosted by the Climate Action Reserve and are included in the NACW program.

Draft NACW 2024 program subject to change

2024-03-19
2024-03-19
Yosemite
Imperial B
Imperial A
Grand A
Franciscan D
Franciscan C
Franciscan B
Franciscan A
2024-03-20
2024-03-20
Yosemite
Imperial B
Imperial A
Grand B
Grand A
Franciscan
2024-03-21
2024-03-21
Yosemite
Imperial B
Imperial A
Grand B
Grand A
Franciscan
Yosemite
Imperial B
Imperial A
Grand A
Franciscan D
Franciscan C
Franciscan B
Franciscan A
Yosemite
Imperial B
Imperial A
Grand B
Grand A
Franciscan
Yosemite
Imperial B
Imperial A
Grand B
Grand A
Franciscan
08:00 - 17:00
Registration

Location: Yosemite

09:00 - 09:50
Unlocking Climate Action From the UN Climate Change Process Perspective: The UAE Consensus and the Significance of the Conference of the Parties

Host: Nathalie Flores, UNFCCC SBSTA Vice-Chair
Location: Franciscan C

Ethnic Communities Leading NBS Initiatives in Latin America image
09:00 - 09:50
Ethnic Communities Leading NBS Initiatives in Latin America

Host: BIOFIX
Location: Franciscan D

Explore the synergy between carbon markets and ethnic communities and gain insights from an experienced project developer in Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) as we delve into the following key themes:

  • Threats confronting collective territories in Latin America and the region’s climate agenda response.
  • Social and environmental potential, along with benefits for communities and businesses, derived from nature-based solutions.
  • Innovative mechanisms and participatory approaches within Biofix’s technical and legal project development experience.

Speaker: Marco Andrés González Carantón, BIOFIX Corp Chief Legal Officer

Outlook for Investors in North American Carbon Markets: Latest Modeling Results and Investor Signals image
09:00 - 09:50
Outlook for Investors in North American Carbon Markets: Latest Modeling Results and Investor Signals

Host: cCarbon.info
Location: Imperial B

 

In this breakout session, economists will share