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Technical Panel 9: Carbon Chronicles: Policies, Standards, Reporting, and Collaboration

Friday, 1 March
Conference Hall 3, Level 3
Technical Panel

This session explores the crucial role of carbon policy and standardization in promoting sustainable development across Asia. With the urgent need to combat climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, countries in Asia are increasingly adopting comprehensive carbon policies and implementing standardized frameworks. This session will provide insights into the current landscape of carbon policy in Asia, highlighting key initiatives and regulatory frameworks that have been put in place to drive decarbonization efforts.

  • Role of carbon policy and standardisation in promoting sustainable development in Asia
  • Carbon reporting: Developing robust carbon reporting guidelines that foster consistency and transparency 
  • Fostering knowledge exchange, collaboration, and adoption of effective carbon policies and standardisation practices in Asia for a sustainable and low-carbon future
  • Best practices for measuring, reporting, and verifying carbon emissions 
  • Emission standards and regulations: Toward regional alignment
  • Collaborative initiatives and partnerships: Capacity building and information sharing among stakeholders to drive collective action
Muhammad Rizal Azmi, Assistant Vice President, Business Development and Sales, Carbon Market - Bursa Malaysia Berhad
Kenneth J. Freeman, Vice President, Asia Pacific Policy and Regulatory Development - ExxonMobil Low Carbon Solutions
Masayu M Husain, Head Governance, Planning & Performance, CSO Office - PETRONAS
Patricia Seevam, General Manager, Transformation & Energy Transition - Shell Malaysia
Emry Hisham Yusoff, Head, Carbon Management Division - PETRONAS