Global Research-Policy Interface Climate 2015 

Climate Strategies and The Stanley Foundation intend to establish that research-policy interface by organising numerous engagement activities and injecting short analytical pieces into the Paris process.

Wednesday, Dec 10, at 15:30, EU Pavilion, Room Roma: Strengthening the research-policy interface on the way to Paris 2015 – identifying and overcoming roadblocks (this was a kick-off event of a new project called Global Research-Policy Interface Climate 2015.
In this stage Climate Strategies  conducted informal consultations within its networks where invited group of negotiators were confronted with the concept of our project and brainstorm the selection of topics to be covered.


a) Reflections on science-policy interactions in climate negotiations – Heleen de Coninck, Radboud University
b) Chinese input into Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project – Teng Fei (Tsinghua University, Beijing)
c) New Climate Economy  Report – Michael Jacobs (The New Climate Economy)
d) Technology – Ahmed Abdel Latif (ICTSD)
e) Equity – Sonja Klinsky (Arizona State University)
f) Ambition and the gap – Tomas Anker Christensen (UNSG)
g) Role and expectation of business – Julien Colas (EPE)
h) Carbon Pricing- Tom Kerr (World Bank)

Reflections by: Emmanuel Dlamini (SBSTA Chair)

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