New IFRS disclosure requirements

The International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) issued its first two standards IFRS S1 and IFRS S2 on June 26, 2023.

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Navigating the European Taxonomy Regulation

In a concerted effort to combat climate change and promote sustainable finance, the European Union (EU) has implemented the European Taxonomy Regulation. This regulatory framework sets out a classification system for environmentally sustainable economic activities, providing clarity on what can…

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ALLCOT’s contributions to building a more equitable Carbon Market

An article by Alexis Leroy All discussions at COP28 will have as a starting point the results of the Sixth Assessment Report on climate change published in March 2023 by the IPCC, which states that, despite the best efforts, the…

Clean cookstoves, key to achieving sustainability 

Clean cookstoves are among the keys to achieving Sustainable Development Goal 7 on clean and affordable energy, because they have positive effects on nature, productivity, and people’s health.  Cooking is a fundamental part of life. However, 2.8 billion people in…

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Elevating Carbon Market Integrity: progress from the Integrity Council for the Voluntary Carbon Market (ICVCM) and Supervisory Body on Article 6

An article by Sergi Cuadrat The carbon market is a critical tool in our global arsenal to combat climate change. It provides a financial incentive for emission reductions, mobilizing climate finance at speed and scale. The Compliance Carbon Market (CCM)…

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ALLCOT expert trains representatives of 20 governments on Paris Agreement transparency processes

ALLCOT expert Diana Guzmán Barraza trains representatives of 20 governments on Climate Action at the UNFCCC-GIR-CASTT. Diana Guzman Barraza, Director of ALLCOT’s Climate Action Unit, was invited by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), together with the…

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Article 6 as a trigger for Ocean-Climate Action

An article by Paula Castillo   The ocean and the climate are intrinsically interconnected, forming a symbiotic relationship. The ocean absorbs approximately 30% of the carbon dioxide (CO2) released into the atmosphere by human activities. This process helps regulate the Earth’s…

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Economic growth opportunities based on sustainability

After attending the VI Sustainability Summit in Bogotá, it is evident to ALLCOT experts that Colombia has great economic opportunities for growth based on sustainability.  The objective of the event was to answer the question of how to make sustainability…

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A sustainable society resilient to face climate change is only possible with a profound cultural change

Achieving a sustainable society resilient to face climate change is only possible if there is a profound cultural change that involves a revolution in our values, in our consumption habits, in our mental, social and economic structures. The development of…

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Transitioning from CDM to Article 6.4: Maximizing Climate Action Opportunities 

An article by Paula Castillo CDM Projects and the Path to Progress The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) has played a pivotal role in shaping the international climate agenda. For over 15 years, the Kyoto Protocol has…

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