International Conference on Compliance and Enforcement of Trading Schemes in Environmental Protection

International Conference
on Compliance and Enforcement of Trading Schemes in Environmental Protection

16-18 March 2004
Worcester College, Oxford University, England

Sponsored by Environment Agency (England and Wales) and the International Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement

Initial Conference Documents

Conference Agenda PDF Icon
Conference Background Paper PDF Icon

Speeches, Panel Discussion Conclusions, and Speaker Biographies

Welcome and Opening Remarks
Professor Richard Macrory, Environment Agency Board Member
Mr. Durwood Zaelke, INECE Secretariat
Session One – Role of Trading in Environmental Protection, Chairman: Dr. Dieter Helm, New College, University of Oxford
A European Perspective PDF Icon
 
Mr. Chris Dodwell, Global Atmospheres Division, Department and Rural Affairs, UK
A North American Perspective PDF Icon
 Mr. Brian McLean, Director, Office of Atmospheric Programs, US EPA
An Asian Perspective PDF Icon
 Mr. Honjun Zhang, International Environmental Practice Group, Emerging Markets Group, Beveridge & Diamond, P.C., Washington D.C.
Compliance and Enforcement Experiences in The Netherlands PDF Icon
 Mr. Kees van Kuijen, Director of The Netherlands Emissions Authority
Outcomes of the Breakout Workshops PDF Icon
· What are best practice for compliance and enforcement for trading schemes?
 Workshop Facilitators: Nick Johnstone and Neil Davies
· What are the challenges to implementing an enforcement programme to support trading schemes?
 Workshop Facilitators: Ken Markowitz and Chris Dodwell
Session Two – The Importance of Compliance and Enforcement in Trading Schemes, Chairman: Dr. Dieter Helm, New College, University of Oxford
Keynote Address – Trading as a Modern Regulatory Approach PDF Icon
 Sir John Harman, Chairman of the Environment Agency (England and Wales)
Experiences with Tradable Permits in OECD Countries: Issues of Compliance and Enforcement PDF Icon
 Mr. Nick Johnstone, OECD
Compliance and Enforcement Aspects of Sulphur Trading Scheme in the U.S.
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 Mr. Joe Kruger, Resources for the Future, Washington DC, USA
Compliance and Enforcement Aspects of Salinity and Nutrient Trading in Australia PDF Icon
 Ms. Katy Brady, New South Wales Environment Protection Authority, Australia
Greenhouse Gas Trading in Europe and Project-based Compliance Mechanisms PDF Icon
 Mr. Jürgen Lefevere, DG Environment, European Commission
Session Three – The Need for Effective Compliance and Enforcement Practices in Trading Schemes, Chairman: Dr. Andrew Skinner, Environment Agency
A View from Industry PDF Icon
 Mr. Charles Nicholson, Chairman of the UK Emissions Trading Group
Views from Nongovernmental Organizations: Friends of the Earth PDF Icon
 Ms. Bryony Worthington, Senior Campaigner, Friends of the Earth 
Views from Nongovernmental Organizations: Foundation for International Law and Development 
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 Ms. M. J. Mace, Programme Director, Foundation for International Law and Development
A View from the Financial Sector PDF Icon
 Mr. Rupert Edwards, Climate Change Capital

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