Climate Finance and Carbon Markets Africa 2012 (CFCMA)

Venue: Sandton Sun

Location: Johannesburg, South Africa

Event Date/Time: Jan 24, 2012 End Date/Time: Jan 25, 2012
Registration Date: Jan 23, 2012
Early Registration Date: Dec 13, 2011
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Discuss and understand how you can develop your strategy in a new era for climate policy and the carbon markets at Climate Finance and Carbon Markets Africa.
Climate Finance & Carbon Markets Africa is the only place where you can hear from 20+ esteemed speakers on how the outcome of COP17 will affect Africa, as well as working towards an answer to the question 'what next?' for stakeholders in the African climate finance sector.
Now in its 5th year, Climate Finance & Carbon Markets Africa is ideally positioned as the must attend follow-up meeting to the UNFCCC’s COP 17 in Durban.
The esteemed Speaking Faculty includes:
Ariesta Ningrum, Team Lead, Sustainable Development Mechanisms, UNFCCC
Nelly Magubane, Director General, Department of Energy, South Africa
Adam Simcock, Chief Executive Officer, Carbon Check, South Africa
Geoff Sinclair, Head of Carbon Trading, Standard Bank, UK
Kevin Whitfield, Head, African Treasury and Financial Products Unit, Nedbank Capital, South Africa
Henk Sa, Managing Director, Ecometrix, South Africa
Antoine Degri, Chief Executive Officer, ADERCI, Ivory Coast
Ntombifuthi Ntuli, Business to Business Programme Officer, Danish Embassy, South Africa
Philippe Decq, Sales and Marketing Manager, South Europe, Africa and Middle East, DNV, France
Patrick Karani, Director, BEA International, Kenya
Simon Girard, Business Development Manager, Eco-Act, France
Ansgar Kiene, Director, World Future Council, South Africa
Teni Majekodunmi, Chief Executive Officer, EcoXchange, Nigeria
Ciska Terblanche, Managing Director, CDM Africa, South Africa
Heba Rabie, Regional Manager, Africa and Middle East, The Gold Standard Foundation, Egypt
Georges Bakaly, Managing Director, WESD Capital, DRC

For the Full agenda and speaker line up please visit:

Climate Finance and Carbon markets Africa will:
• Continue to attract to most influential players in the current market
• Break down decisions made at COP 17
• Present a host of case studies identifying what problems were faced and how successes can be replicated
• Help you to capitalize on carbon market opportunities in Africa’s 33 LDC
For more information please contact
Bryony Abbott:
Tel: +44 (0)203 384 6210 or Email: