4th Annual CAP-and-Trade Forum

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Report Code: EYP10479. April, 2010. Toronto, ON

ARTICLE I

Canada/U.S. Climate Policy

David McLaughlin
President and Chief Executive Officer
Président et premier dirigeant
NRTEE – TRNEE

ARTICLE II

Any Way Forward? Prospects for an International Regime on Climate Change

John Drexhage
Director
International Institute of Sustainable Development (IISD)

ARTICLE III

Getting Things Done in Uncertain Times: New Developments in Financing Emission Reductions Projects

Kruskaia Sierra-Escalante
Senior Counsel, Legal Department
International Finance Corporation (IFC)

ARTICLE IV

Renewable Energy, Carbon Environmental Attributes

JoAnne Butler
Vice-President, Electricity Resources
OPA

ARTICLE V

U.S. Climate Policy State of Play

Janet Peace
Vice-President of Markets and Business Strategy
Pew Center on Global Climate Change

ARTICLE VI

The North American Offsets Market : Waiting on Policy

Kyle W. Danish
Van Ness Feldman, P.C.

ARTICLE VII

Provincial Actions

Heather Pearson
Executive Lead – CAP and TRADE
Ontario Ministry of Environment

ARTICLE VIII

Quebec’s Approach to Cap-and-Trade

Jean Nolet
Président
ÉcoRessources Consultants

ARTICLE IX

Provincial Actions Carbon Policy in a World of Uncertainty: Alberta Approach

Andy Ridge
Director, Climate Change Secretariat
Alberta Environment

ARTICLE X

Voluntary and Pre-Compliance Offset Project Activity: What’s Happening Now in North America?

David Antonioli
Chief Executive Officer
Voluntary Carbon Standard Association

ARTICLE XI

The North American Carbon Market: Current status and near term prospects

Yvan Champagne
Vice President Eastern Canada
Blue Source Canada

ARTICLE XII

How to Navigate the Carbon Maze

Anthony D’Agostino
Director – Emissions Markets
Royal Bank of Canada

ARTICLE XIII

Building the better bank every day

Keith MacMaster
Manager, Corporate Environmental Programs
TD Bank Financial Group

ARTICLE XIV

The Carbon Supply/Demand Paradigm: Canadian Offset Supply

Duncan Rotherham
Vice President and Managing Director Canada
ICF International

ARTICLE XV

Best practices Corporate Climate Change Strategy

(Errick) Skip Willis
Principal
The Willis Climate Group

ARTICLE XVI

Climate change disclosure – Reporting under securities legislation

Jo-Anne Matear
Assistant Manager, Corporate Finance Branch
Ontario Securities Commission

ARTICLE XVII

Tax Considerations for Emission Instruments

Edward A. Heakes
Partner
Macleod Dixon LLP

ARTICLE XVIII

Carbon Trading: Securities and Registration Issues

Cathy Ma
Associate
Macleod Dixon LLP