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Posted on on November 28th, 2008
by Pincas Jawetz (

 From:      hha at
Subject: Requesting side event applications for Carbon Market Insights 2009
Date:             November 28, 2008

For our annual event Carbon Market Insights 2009 on 17-19 March in Copenhagen, Point Carbon is thrilled to offer all participants the possibility to hold side-events (free of charge) in parallel to the main conference streams. These workshops will allow delegates to discuss in-depth developments of the carbon markets and constitute a unique opportunity for independent market actors to have their voice heard. In particular, we are looking for presentations and views from individuals and organisations that might provide a fresh view on climate policy in general and the carbon market in particular.

NGOs, non-profit organisations, and academics who have their workshops approved by the conference program committee will be provided free access to the 2-day conference. Side-event hosts from commercial organisations will be subject to regular conference registration fees. All applications will be carefully reviewed by the programme committee who will eventually approve (or reject) the application based on the relevancy of the workshop for the conference. Only one application per organisation will be considered, and presentations of a commercial nature (i.e. direct product demonstrations) will not be considered.

The conference will be hosted at Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark on 17-19 March 2008 with the side events scheduled on 18 March. For more information about the conference and the side event application form:…

To submit your application, please fill in the form and send it back to Yann Andreassen at  conference at or by fax to +47 22 40 53 41.

We look forward to your participation to this important event for the global carbon markets.

Attachment: Please find attached 2008 conference’s side events

Best regards,
Henrik Hasselknippe
Director, Carbon market analysis
Point Carbon

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