Business is engaged in the low carbon transition.


The Paris Agreement has set the stage for action on climate change into the second half of the century, and there now exists for Australia an opportunity to optimise its position in international carbon markets as they rapidly evolve.

Read the latest report from CMI, IETA & Baker & McKenzie to understand factors affecting how Australia optimises its position in international carbon markets.
Optimising Australia’s Position in International Carbon Markets is a joint production of the Carbon Market Institute and the International Emissions Trading Association, supported by Baker & McKenzie.

Of the 189 nations signatory to the Paris Agreement more than 90 have highlighted that their level of commitment is conditional upon having access to international carbon markets.

The task remains for individual Parties to decide how to build and link markets, and how to ensure they achieve the greatest ambition at lowest cost. Australia can play a pivotal role in this discussion and in the carbon market economy that will evolve.

Read the latest report from CMI, IETA & Baker & McKenzie to understand factors affecting how Australia optimises its position in international carbon markets.

Business is engaged in the low carbon transition.