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  • The Climate Trust 2009 Annual Report

    The Climate Trust 2009 Annual Report leadershipEveryone must act to rapidly reduce the accumulation of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere to prevent the most catastrophic impacts of climate change. However, many companies are uncertain about which actions to take in anticipation of climate legislation or regulation. That is why The Climate Trust is providing utilities and other companies access ...


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  • The Climate Trust 2001 Annual Report

    T H E C L I M A T E T R U S T2 0 0 1 A N N U A L R E P O R TT h e C l i m a t e T r u s t 2 0 0 1 A n n u a l R e p o r tOur MissionThe Climate Trust promotes climate change solutions by providing high qualitygreenhouse gas offset projects and advancing sound offset policy.Our Vision? The Climate Trust will be a global leader and innovator in the emerging offset market.? The Climate ...


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  • The Climate Trust 2002 Annual Report

    THE CLIMATE TRUST 2002 ANNUAL REPORTBoard of DirectorsVotingBill Edmonds, Board ChairMargaret Gardner, Vice ChairBettina von Hagen, SecretaryEugene Rosolie, TreasurerSusan AndersonMartha DibbleeCatherine CiarloNon-VotingTim CarlbergMichael J. HaywardSam McIntoshRoby RobertsStaffMike Burnett, Executive DirectorMichael Ashford, Deputy DirectorSean Clark, Offset Portfolio ManagerErica C. Graetz, ...


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  • The Climate Trust 2007 Annual Report

    The Climate Trust 2007 Annual ReportCover photo by John MacMurray | Punchbowl Falls in Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area.Other photos by Eric Melzer“?The?Climate?Trust?has?been?a??well-respected?and?thoughtful?leader?in?the?offset?market?for??a?decade.”? —Diane Wittenberg Executive Director, The Climate RegistryMike Burnett Executive DirectorDiana Bodtker Board ChairThe ...


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  • The Climate Trust 2010 Annual Report

    2010 Annual Report mission“We consider The Climate Trust an important partner, helping us meet our compliance requirements in Oregon through quality offset projects and promoting good public policy. We appreciate working with a carbon manager that shares PGE’s values and goals for Oregon.”—Dave Robertson, Vice President of Public Policy, Portland General ElectricThe Climate Trust’s mission is ...


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  • The Climate Trust 2005 Annual Report

    Printed on recycled paper with soy-based inksWhat does The Climate Trust do? The Climate Trust invests funding from power plants, businesses, and individuals into high quality project-based emissions reductions that offset greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Project-based emissions reductions play an important role in fighting global warming, because they allow society to address climate change at ...


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  • The Climate Trust 2006 Annual Report

    The Climate Trust 2006 Annual ReportMike Burnett Executive DirectorAlan Zelenka Board Chair Celebrating our tenth year of operation; building on our success for the future.Sincerely,1The beginning of 2007 marked The Climate Trust’s tenth year of operation. As we look back and toward the years ahead, we celebrate the work that has enabled us to build our reputation as an innovative carbon market ...


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  • The Climate Trust 2008 Annual Report

    co-benefitsThe Climate Trust 2008 Annual Report opportunityOffsets create economic opportunityThe Climate Trust’s offset funding helped Klamath County, Oregon, achieve its economic development goals by providing the incentive needed for Biotactics to move and expand its operations to geothermally heated warehouses in the county.“The Climate Trust has helped establish Oregon as a leader in ...


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  • The Climate Trust 2011 Annual Report

    2011 Annual Report2011 Annual Report“The Climate Trust plays a key role “The Climate Trust plays a key role as the energy industry looks for as the energy industry looks for best options to meet environmental best options to meet environmental commitments while providing safe, commitments while providing safe, reliable and cost-e? ective electric reliable and cost-e? ective electric service to ...


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    Biodiversity Assessment and Climate Change

    IAIA- Special Symposium on Climate Change and Impact AssessmentNov 15-16, 2010Washington DCMonitoring and forecasting climate change impacts on biodiversity – the challenges and implications for Impact Assessment Dr Nicholas KingExecutive SecretaryGlobal Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF)November 2010Current GBIF Participants55 Countries 46 International OrganisationsA global infrastructure ...

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    Canada Climate Change and Environmental Assessment

    Integrating Climate Change and Environmental Assessment: Canadian Experiences IAIA Symposium on Climate Change and Impact AssessmentNovember 15-16, 2010Washington, D.C.Dean Stinson O’GormanA/Director, Policy AnalysisCanadian Environmental Assessment Agency2How are we doing?? “Among the developed countries, Canada is probably furthest along in terms of recognition of climate change considerations ...

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    Addressing Climate Change Uncertainties in Project EIA

    Addressing Climate Change Uncertainties in Project Environmental Impact AssessmentsProf. Philip Byer and Dr. Andrew ColomboDepartment of Civil EngineeringUniversity of TorontoIAIA Special Symposium on Climate Change and Impact AssessmentWashington, D.C.November 15-16, 20101Overview? Planning infrastructure for climate change? Methods for addressing uncertainties? Deciding on adaptation with ...

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    Strategic Implications of Climate Change for Institutional Investors

    Implications of Climate Change for Investorsfor InvestorsAlan MillerAlan MillerPrincipal Climate Change SpecialistIFC Climate Business GroupPresented to IAIA, “Climate Change Impact Assessment Conference, Washington, D.C. , November 15, 2010Climate Events: a Financial and lDevelopment Concern1998 Hurricane Mi h d d2001 droughts i B il l i2003 EU heat wave: 2007-08 d h i 2010 ...

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    Climate Change Policy Making and SEA in Indonesia

    1Climate Change Policy Making and SEA in IndonesiaJICA’s assistance addressing Climate ChangeNovember 15, 2010Tomonori SUDO, Ph.D.,ExpertOperations Strategy DepartmentJapan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)2• Negotiation process on Post Kyoto framework under UNFCCC ? Discussed at Ad-hoc Working Group on Long –Term Cooperative Actions (AWG-LCA) Discussion points based on Bali Action Plan– ...

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    Part 1: Aalborg in Brief - Telecast Report on the October Meeting

    19-11-20101Key messages from the Special Symposium on Climate Change and Impact Assessment, 25-26 October 2010, Aalborg, Denmark Lone Kørnøv, Martin Lehmann and Tim RichardsonWhat was the event and who was there?19-11-20102Pressure on IA community to actNo space for bystanders Uncontrolled experiment?Continuation of a high emission-based economy?Neglecting adaptation ?…which can be a matter of ...

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    Identifying and Mitigating the Risks Associated with Climate Change

    Identifying and Mitigating the RisksAssociated with Climate ChangeClimate Change & Impact AssessmentWashington, D.C.November 15, 2010Rick Hawkinberry, Senior Vice PresidentWillis Environmental Practice2Climate Change - A Concern for the Insured & the Insurance Industry? Ernst & Young - #1 risk, “long term, far reaching and with significant impact on the industry”? Swiss Re – compared ...

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    The State of Climate Science, The Role of Impact Assessment

    Risk in the Context of Climate Change Robert T. WatsonChief Scientific Advisor at DefraStrategic Director of the Tyndall Centre, UEAClimate Change and Environmental Assessment to be sponsored by the International Association for Impact Assessment World Bank15th November, 2010 Climate Change• Climate change is an environment, development and security issue, potentially risking undermining:– food, ...

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    Climate Risks and Adaptation in Asian Coastal Mega-Cities

    Climate Risks and Adaptation in Asian Coastal MegacitiesIAIA Symposium: Climate Change and Impact Assessment Nov 15, 2010Poonam PillaiSr. Environmental SpecialistWorld BankPresentation based on joint  WB, ADB and JICA StudyOutline of the presentation• Context and objective of joint ADB, JICA and World Bank study• Overview of the methodology• Highlight main findings and messages2Context• ...

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    US Climate Change and National Environmental Policy Act

    icfi.com1U.S. Climate Change and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)Michael D. Smith, Ph.D.ICF InternationalFairfax, VAIAIA Special Symposium on Climate Change and Impact AssessmentThe World Bank, Washington, DCNovember 15-16, 2010icfi.com© 2006 ICF International. All rights reserved.icfi.com2National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969All agencies of the Federal Government shall ...

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