Chinese German Cooperation on Environment
Climate and Natural Resources
climate
Янв 28, 2019

Status Of China’s Nationally Determined Contribution1

Мар 11, 2019 Мар 12, 2019
A509 Jucai Building 76, Caoyuan Hutong, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China

The training started with opening remarks by Dr. ZHANG Xin, Director of NCSC, followed by a speech by Mr. XIAO Fulin, the DDG of Gansu DRC, which hosted this session of the training. The final introductory remarks were made by Mr. Kristian Wilkening, Project Director of GIZ. The first day was focused on the experiences made in the European Union during the 13 years the EU ETS is already running. For this purpose, Dr. Roland Geres, managing partner of the consultancy FutureCamp, held several presentations, covering central aspects of ETS development ranging from general ETS design to MRV and practical experiences from a business perspective. In Addition, Mr. BI Xinxin of NCSC gave some important insights in the current state of ETS development in China and Mr. SU Xudong from the Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences in Shanxi presented the progress that has been made as well as the challenges ETS development is facing there.

Capacity Building for the Establishment of ETS in China

Billateral project
Country:
China
Implementing organisation:
National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation (NCSC), NDRC
Partners:
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Duration:
07/12 - 03/19

The project is supporting the responsible government institutions in China in the preparation and introduction of an emission trading scheme (ETS) by providing specialist advice and training. The support covers various aspects of an ETS, including the legal and procedural framework, market oversight, emission caps, allocation mechanisms, trading platforms and registries. A key element is the sharing of experience with German and European institutions. The project is also working to involve the private sector. Companies regulated and firms involved in carbon exchanges and verification are being trained on the ETS, its application and the special characteristics of the different sectors. The focus is on monitoring and reporting requirements. The project is also fostering the regional exchange of knowledge and the involvement of China in international networks related to carbon markets.