Internal Carbon Pricing

An internal carbon price places a monetary value on greenhouse gas emissions which municipal corporations can then factor into investment decisions and business operations. This knowledge-exchange convened by CUSP explores recommendations for establishing an internal carbon pricing policy and process to inform decision making and procurement by City departments.

Case Study 1: City of Toronto

Knowledge-exchange led by Marco Iacampo, Program Manager of carbon finance at the City of Toronto. Marco discusses the research the City conducted to respond to a Council directive with recommendations for establishing an internal carbon pricing policy and process to inform decision making and procurement by City departments.

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Case Study 2: City of Vancouver

Knowledge-exchange led by Matt Horne, Manager of climate policy at the City of Vancouver. Matt discusses the internal carbon pricing policy adopted cy City Council in 2018 and their early experience with its implementation.

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