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April 12, 2010 - Getting established in a new market with environmental attribute value - Ed Heslop - Goals of the day o Introduce environmental attribute concept o Introduce the market, emphasis on voluntary o Considerations for a market system o Example of a new company o Consideration for value opportunities - entrepreneur o 5 start up companies, 1 initial public offering, 3 “sold up”, genetics, carcinogen detection, waste water to renewable energy, reduction of climate change gas emissions with environmental attribute trading - introduction to environmental attribute creation and trading o attribute creation (REC, CO2, N, P, H2O) -> creating a valuable attribute ( eligibility assessment, protocol development, monitoring, reporting, verification, registration) -> tradable attribute issued by someone for some reason (certified, tradable, $) - introduction to cap and trade o cap and trade regulations employ market fforces to efficiently and cost-effectively reach desired goal regulate desired attribute regulated sectors- energy manufacturing transportation, emitters, “pollutant” emission allowances (“cap”)- established “baseline” emissions, scheduled reductions, allow for trading, after all we want an
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  • Spring '08
  • staff
  • Greenhouse gas, Greenhouse gas emissions, Kyoto Protocol, Carbon Credit, large capital demand, environmental attribute

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