Green Growth Expert Roundtable

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ON THE RIGHT PATH TO PARIS?

CAN GREEN GROWTH BE A NEW NARRATIVE TO UNBLOCK
A CLIMATE DEAL?

This Roundtable, attended by selected academics and negotiators, investigated if green growth is a solution that could bridge the gap between solidified country positions under UNFCCC? And if yes – how would it be implemented in practice to provide a real contribution towards a climate deal?

With little over a year left to deliver a global climate agreement in Paris in 2015 (COP 21), Climate Strategies and Konrad Adenauer Foundation took closer look at a narrative so prominently present in various, particularly high level, fora – the green growth. This issue was discussed at one of the sessions at first Global Climate Policy Conference, Climate Strategies and CDKN convened early May 2014.

Presentations

Session 1: UPDATE: CLIMATE POLITICS, GREEN GROWTH: WHERE WE STAND, WHERE WE WANT TO BE?

Shane Tomlinson, Chatham House

Jason Eis, previously GGGI

Michael Grubb, UCL and Climate Strategies

Session 2: HOW AND WHERE DOES GREEN GROWTH FIT INTO THE CLIMATE NEGOTIATIONS?

Sam Fankhauser, LSE and Vivid Economics

Session 3: GREEN GROWTH IN ACTION – OVERVIEW OF INNOVATIVE COUNTRY STRATEGIES

Aron Belinky, Fundação Getulio Vargas, Brazil

Shyamasree Dasgupta, Jadavpur University, India

Claudia Martínez Zuleta, E3 Asesoria, Colombia

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