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Camco wins Best Project Developer 2009 for third consecutive year

Published on 18th March 2009

For the third consecutive year, Camco has been recognised as the market’s leading project developer after being voted 'Best Project Developer 2009' by its carbon market peers responding to Point Carbon’s annual survey. The announcement was made at the annual gala evening (17 March 2009), a highlight of Point Carbon’s Carbon Marke...

Carbon Market Insights 2009

Published on 17th March 2009

17-19 March 2009, Bella Center Copenhagen, Denmark Camco will be hosting a side event at this year’s Carbon Market Insights 2009, in Copenhagen 17-19 March 2009. The conference will discuss the way forward for international climate policy at the very same venue as the Copenhagen negotiations will determine the future of the carbon market lat...

Zero Carbon Homes - worthy of all the debate?

Published on 6th March 2009

The end of 2008 saw a flurry of new policies, reports and consultations on our future as a low carbon society, despite the turmoil in the global economy. Driving this impetus is the recognition that green investment represents a silver lining as a new source of employment and the creation of an infrastructure capable of mitigating the longer term e...

Camco will be exhibiting and speaking at this year’s Ecobuild

Published on 3rd March 2009

Camco will be exhibiting and speaking at this year’s Ecobuild-The world’s biggest event dedicated to sustainable design, construction and the built environment set to take place on 3 - 5 March 2009 at Earls Court Exhibition Centre in London. Now in its fifth year, and with 800 exhibitors, Ecobuild presents the biggest and best showcase...

Why Structuring is Important for CDM Development

Published on 2nd March 2009

Commodities Now Magazine  December Article Yariv Cohen, President & Justin Barrow, Marketing and Communications Manager - Asia, Camco The carbon market is emerging as the key mechanism for mobilising the trillions of dollars required to fight climate change. Investors in the market are justifiably focused on the risks associated with the ca...