The project considers Chile as a host country and Switzerland and New Zealand as partner countries. These countries share a history of trust, climate ambition, and complementarity with regards to the availability of resources and low-cost emission reduction potential. There

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Project time frame:  2017 – 2019 Research goal:  The development of an international cooperation model to form a climate team to secure international transfer mitigation outcomes (ITMOs). The project has four components: 1           Conceptual design of

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Suzi Kerr

Chief Economist, Environmental Defense Fund

Suzi Kerr is the Chief Economist at Environmental Defense Fund. She was, until May 2019, a Senior Fellow, and from 1998 – 2009 Founding Director, at Motu Research in New Zealand. She graduated from Harvard University in 1995 with a

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Ana Pueyo

Research Fellow, Motu Research

Ana Pueyo is a Research Fellow at Motu Research, in New Zealand, and at the Institute of Development Studies in the UK. Dr Pueyo trained as an Economist and completed her PhD in Industrial Engineering, focusing on renewable energy technology

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Motu is New Zealand’s leading economic research institute. It is in the top ten global economic think tanks and top ten climate think tanks. Motu has developed a sound reputation for its well-informed, well-reasoned and fastidiously researched studies on public policy issues.

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On November 12, 2022, Suzi Kerr, Chief Economist and Mandy Rambharos, Vice President of Global Climate Cooperation at the Environmental Defense Fund, participated in an IETA BusinessHUB Pavilion event at #COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, exploring new models for international

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At COP27, Chile, New Zealand Representatives Express Support for Potential Collaboration in Climate Action Teams

Press release: COP27 event explores new model for large-scale mechanism for international climate cooperation between countries

November 12, 2022 Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt–During a side event at the United Nations climate talks, government representatives from Chile and New Zealand expressed interest in and support for exploring the creation of a Climate Action Team agreement between the two

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Chile, New Zealand Representatives Express Support for Potential Collaboration in Climate Action Teams

Press release: New report and Latin American and the Caribbean Climate Week event explore a new model for international climate cooperation between countries, July 2022

(SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic – 21 July, 2022) During a side event at Latin America and the Caribbean Climate Week (LACCW), government representatives from Chile and New Zealand expressed interest in and support for exploring the creation of a Climate

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Climate Teams a new model for climate cooperation

A mechanism for cooperation under Article 6.2 Date: 2018 Presenter: Suzi Kerr Event:  Climate Teams breakfast event at the Global Climate Action Summit, San Francisco, California, 11 September 2018