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Implementing Article 6: To authorise or not to authorise?

Published: 09 Apr 2024

Last Updated: 17 May 2024

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The second webinar in Abatable and Gold Standard’s Implementing Article 6 series, To authorise or not to authorise? Considerations for governments assessing corresponding adjustments, focuses on the factors governments should contemplate when deciding whether to authorise certain carbon project types for use under Article 6 – and what this means for project developers and the broader voluntary carbon market.

The webinar sees our panel of expert speakers discuss examples of frameworks already established by governments to guide their decisions on Article 6 authorisations.

The webinar took place on Thursday 2 May 2024 at 14.00 BST.

This webinar is part of Abatable and Gold Standard’s Implementing Article 6 series, which sees Abatable, Gold Standard, and invited expert speakers and policymakers share unique insights, experiences, and best practices related to national carbon policies.

The webinar series aims to help equip governments, carbon project developers and investors to understand and navigate new regulations and policy changes affecting the carbon market, including those underpinning Article 6 of the Paris Agreement.



Pauline Blanc

Head of Policy and Advocacy, Abatable


Kavya Bajaj

Manager, Government Relations, Gold Standard

Thiago Chagas

Global Lead, Carbon Pricing Unit, Global Green Growth Institute

Beatriz Granziera

Senior Climate Policy Advisor, The Nature Conservancy