Latest PMR Report

Published in December 2018, the Guide to Communicating Carbon Pricing draws on case studies, research and best practice, to provide guidance on designing and implementing effective carbon pricing communications strategies.

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Emissions Trading Registries

The Technical Note, Emissions Trading Registries: Guidance on Regulation, Development and Administration​, provides stakeholders with technical insights and guidance on how to support country-specific decision making and activities related to registry development. 

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Year in Review

The PMR reports on activities and results over the last year. This includes welcoming the two new participants Sri Lanka and Alberta, publishing more than 10 knowledge products, expanding policy guidence, and organizing close to 20 events and meetings. 

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Platform for Exchanges

The Partnership Assembly (PA) is the decision-making body of the PMR. PA meetings are a key platform for knowledge sharing, facilitating discussions on collective and cost-effective readiness activities. The 16th PA meeting was held in New Delhi, India in March 2017. 

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A snapshot of the PMR

This brochure provides an overview of the PMR’s objectives, participants, and programs, as well as highlights key country activities.
Download the brochure for January 2017. 

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Emissions Trading System (ETS) is an explicit carbon pricing instrument that limits the allowed amount of GHG emissions and lets market forces determine the carbon price Read More >>

© 2015 International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank. This map was taken from the State and Trends of Carbon Pricing report 2014, developed by the World Bank and Ecofys, and published in May 2014. It was modified in March 2015 for the PMR website.

Carbon Tax is levied against a specified amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Entities subject to the tax pay according to the amount of emissions produced.  Read More >>

Scaled-up Mitigation Programs are international policy instruments that generate sector-wide (or sub-sector) credits. These credits can be sold in an international carbon market Read More >>