ICF provides strategic technical assistance, research, evaluation, and support for the design and implementation of emissions trading systems in Asia, the European Union, and North America.
Leaders from around the world came together in April 2016 to sign the Paris Agreement, the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal. The agreement sets out a global action plan to put the earth on track to limit global warming to well below 2°C. The actions in the agreement will be implemented starting in 2020. ICF is supporting countries around the world as they work to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement by designing and implementing climate policies including emissions trading systems.
Since 1987, ICF has been at the forefront of preparing leading-edge climate-related technical and strategic analyses, and building real-world management tools. The continuous need to understand and manage GHG emissions allows ICF to fully apply expertise in providing technical assistance, research, and evaluation. ICF’s experience with climate science, climate policies, economic and market analysis, and emissions reduction strategies enables us to provide integrated and holistic climate services to clients around the world.
Renato Roldao has over ten years of working experience in the fields of climate change, energy and environment. He is an industry respected and recognized expert in carbon markets and climate change mitigation issues.
Ying has 9 years of consultancy and engineering experience in the areas of environment, energy and climate change.
She has been directly supporting Emission Trading Systems (ETS) set-up in China for the last 6 years both at the pilot and national levels.
Neal has over eight years of experience in developing innovative sustainability services for governments and businesses across the world. He is an accomplished project manager with deep expertise in energy and climate change policies and strategies.
Lena’s areas of expertise include European climate and energy policies, the UNFCCC climate negotiations, Climate Finance, carbon markets and offsetting mechanisms, low carbon development and climate resilience in developing countries, and the international scale-up of low-carbon technologies.