Impact Network Internal Carbon Pricing

Several companies around the world have set a price to compensate for their carbon emmissions in an effort to combat global warming. Join them!

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Although more and more countries have begun implementing carbon pricing, Belgium has not yet done so. In anticipation of this, companies can adopt an internal carbon price already now.

During the second session of our impact network, we welcome those of you to the table who are ready to implement an internal carbon price. You'll be offered further insight into how to work with this tool in practice. We also look forward to hearing your updates.

For whom?

We want to work with members who have the ambition to put internal carbon pricing on their organisation's agenda. The precondition for joining is a willingness to share your own organisation's plans on internal carbon pricing, as well as your experiences and results of the process.

Why participate?

Companies who want to achieve their goal of reducing emissions can use an internal carbon price to do so.

There are two ways to work with an internal carbon price. The first is to introduce a shadow price into the decision-making process relating to new investments in order to ensure long-term profitability. The second is to work with a carbon price that directs new investments towards sustainable projects as well as making operational processes more efficient.

Are you interested in learning from others while sharing your own experiences on the topic? Then these sessions are a perfect fit for you! At the moment, we're a small but committed group of roughly ten players.


The second session of the Impact Network Internal Carbon Pricing will take place on 6 February.

During the first session (19 September 2019), we looked into the 'why' and 'what' of this tool. Our next session will answer the 'how' question in detail.

For this, we welcome a speaker from the Netherlands: Long Lam, Managing Consultant in the Energy, Sustainability & Infrastructure department of Navigant, a global consultancy company. Lam is the author of C-suite guide to internal carbon pricing and How-to guide to corporate Internal Carbon Pricing, produced by The Generation Foundation and CDP. He leads the Navigant team's work to draft the yearly World Bank report Annual State and Trends of Carbon Pricing. Long Lam knows the ins and outs of internal carbon pricing like no other, so this is a unique chance to enter into dialogue with him.

Do you want to know more about this activity? Let me know!

Bart Corijn

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Koning Albert II-laan 37 Boulevard du Roi Albert II
1030 Brussels
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