Live from Dubai
Throughout the two-week negotiations, CMI’s Janet Hallows & Kurt Winter discussed key topics of interest with experts on the ground. Watch these short interviews below.
In line with CMI’s 2025 Strategic Plan, a key focus of CMI’s work is to support policy and regulatory frameworks aligned with the UNFCCC Paris Agreement goals. CMI’s direct engagement in the UNFCCC and international voluntary initiatives supports its broader work programme in building investable, high-integrity domestic frameworks, as well as carbon markets in the Asia-Pacific region that ensure enduring social and environmental benefits for local communities.
CMI has been an official observer organisation at COP since 2015, taking a delegation of Corporate Members to the conference each year. Passes are made available to Corporate Members through an EOI process, and individuals chosen represent organisations from across the carbon value chain.
Throughout the two week conference, CMI’s COP28 Hub will track engagement with key themes and updates as they emerge, while also providing details on CMI-hosted events and side-events attended by CMI’s delegation on-the-ground in Dubai.