Paris Agreement

Carbon Market for Global Equity

Climate change presents an existential challenge to our planet, its ecosystems, and communities. At ALLCOT, we recognize that the steps we take today will shape the legacy we leave for future generations.

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​A concept of Fairness through market mechanism 

​By Alexis L. Leroy The concept of fairness in carbon markets, particularly under Articles 6.2 and 6.4 of the Paris Agreement, is both complex and crucial, especially for bridging the economic and social disparities between the Global North and the…

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Harnessing technology for global climate action

With the world requiring 250 billion tons of carbon reduction by 2030 to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C, technological innovation emerges as a pivotal enabler. The Paris Agreement acknowledges this imperative, emphasizing the importance of developing and transferring climate…

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We need to learn how to talk about the Paris Agreement

The Paris Agreement often evokes perceptions of technicality or disinterest, prompting many to overlook the critical issue of climate change. Some individuals even experience eco-anxiety, a persistent apprehension stemming from the perceived irreversible consequences of environmental degradation. Conventional methods of…

Going slowly but surely in the fight against climate change

In the ongoing battle against climate change, there is a glimmer of hope, albeit with a slow but steady progress. The recent COP28 in Dubai, held in December 2023, fell short of expectations as developed countries hesitated to commit to…

Private Sector Advances in Carbon Trading: Global Developments under Article 6

In the emerging landscape of carbon trading under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement, private sector firms have initiated projects, yet many remain discreet due to ongoing UN negotiations and incomplete legal frameworks in several countries. At COP28 in Dubai,…

Senegal and Switzerland, with ALLCOT’s support, work together to sign an ITMO Program

ALLCOT participated as a consultancy firm performing a study with comprehensive data to qualify and quantify the waste management infrastructure eligible for an ITMO program between Senegal and Switzerland. The MADD document is already issued, and waiting to start the…

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Proposal to create a West African Carbon Market HUB

ALLCOT applauds the initiative of the West Africa Alliance on Carbon Markets and Climate Finance to create a carbon market HUB, so as to leverage from the production of carbon credits the financing of the West African sub-region and the…

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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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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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