- Paris Agreement in practice: what next for Africa and developing countries?
- Paris Agreement: how it happened and what next
- Multijurisdictional Approaches to Carbon Pricing: Integrating Design Elements for a Low Carbon Club
- Global Climate Policy Conference 2015
- Carbon Pricing, Technology Investment, and Trade: Integrating Design Elements for a Low Carbon Club
- The Way Forward in International Climate Policy
- 4th Global Climate Policy Conference (GCPC)
- 3rd Global Climate Policy Conference (GCPC)
- GCPC Session 1: NDC Implementation
- GCPC Session 2: Adaptation
- GCPC Session 3: Strengthening capacity of African policy-making and civil society
- GCPC Session 4: Exploring tranformational pathways towards 1.5°
- COP21: Events and Exhibit
- Carbon Pricing, Technology Investment, and Trade Workshop
The Global Climate Policy Conference: how research can help unblock a climate deal
The Global Climate Policy Conference was held on the 7th and 8th of May at the Overseas Development Institute in London. The conference was a success thanks to the great research ideas and discussions that took place over the two days. Amongst speakers and participants we had representatives of the public and private sector, academics, international and national organisations as well as policy makers and negotiators. The conference brought together people interested in this issue and experts in the field from all over the world including India, China, South America and Africa.
We are grateful for all the incredible ideas and questions that were raised during these two very intense days. Thank you to each one of you for your contributions.
Climate Strategies and CDKN have published the conference proceedings and contributions in ‘The Way Forward in International Climate Policy‘ found in the download box.
Presentations of our speakers are available below. Watch the full video of the conference here!
Session 1: Sustainable development and green growth: a new focus or an optical illusion?
Carlo Jaeger: Towards a sound narrative on climate policy and green growth
Session 2: More than just ticking the boxes? How mitigation and adaptation packages should secure finance
Session 3: Evolving CBDR? Differentiating the parties in the 2015 agreement
Session 4: Is it fair? Defining and respecting equity in adaptation and loss & damage
Session 5: An offer they can’t refuse? Reconciling the UNFCCC stalemate with investor interest
Session 6: Conditional Trade? Managing GHG impact through clubs