As blue carbon holds great potential as an ocean-based solution to climate change while also generating a broad array of co-benefits, it requires good governance and cross-cutting partnerships to ensure credible long-term project results that engage with best practice principles for a blue carbon market that is sustainable and equitable. It also requires attention to the co-benefits through a process that while valuing carbon removal benefits, delivers on the broader benefits of rebuilding blue natural capital embedded in blue carbon projects.
Date: Thursday, 30 June 2022
Time: 13.00 – 14.15 local time (GMT+1)
Venue: Main Committee Room, Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal
This event has been coordinated in partnership by:
Australian Government, IOC-UNESCO and the International Partnership for Blue Carbon, including partners: UK Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, Scottish Blue Carbon Forum, IUCN, Rare, Secretariat of the Convention on Wetlands (Ramsar), Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Blue Ventures, CATIE.
Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs and Investment of the Republic of Indonesia and Indonesia Ocean Justice Initiative (IOJI)
Government of Commonwealth of The Bahamas with partners, Beneath The Waves, Oceans2050, Sea Legacy, International Monetary Fund.
World Economic Forum (Friends of Ocean Action), with partners Salesforce, Conservation International, IUCN, The Nature Conservancy, The Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance (ORRAA), The Meridian Institute and Benioff Ocean Initiative.