Einladung zum Webinar 'Taking stock of the COP26'

24.11.2021 -  

Der Lehrstuhl Politikwissenschaft mit dem Schwerpunkt Nachhaltige Entwicklung (Universität Magdeburg) und die Arbeitsgruppe „Klimagovernance und Energiewende“ (Centre Marc Bloch) laden Sie herzlich zu einem Webinar am 29. November (14:00-16:30 Uhr, online per Zoom) ein zum Thema: Taking stock of the COP26.

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Context

The COP 26 has confirmed both similarities and deep fault lines between the main stakeholders.

High-income countries have significantly contributed to the level of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere since the industrial revolution but their emissions tend to decline. In the meantime, low income countries that are catching-up in terms of GDP currently see their emissions growing year after year. In such a context finding an ambitious compromise between nations having different legacies and different levels of development proves to be difficult.

While discussing the outcome of COP 26, the webinar aims at exchanging views on positions adopted by some parties during the event as well as on the factors that inhibit more ambitious decarbonation policies.

 

Agenda

14:00–14:15:     Welcome and Introduction

Gilles Lepesant & Ulrike Zeigermann, Centre Marc Bloch Berlin & University Magdeburg

14:15–14:30:     COP26, a first assessment

Lola Vallejo, Climate Programme Director, IDDRI

14:30–14:45:     The European Union perspective

Elina Bardram, Head of unit, DG CLIMA, European Commission

14:45–15:00:     Q&A session

15:00–15:15:     The Chinese perspective

Michal Meidan, Director, Gas Research Programme & Director, China Energy Programme

15:15–15:30:     The Indian perspective

Navroz Dubash, Centre for policy research, New Delhi

15:15–15:30:     Q&A session

15:45–16:00:     The Russian perspective

Marianna Poberezhskaya, Associate Professor, Department of Social and Political Studies, Nottingham Trent University

16:00–16:15:     The US perspective

Aseem Prakash, Professor and Founding Director, Center for Environmental Politics, University of Washington

16:15–16:30:     Q&A session and conclusions

 

Anmeldung

Anmeldung für die Teilnahme per Zoom: anmeldung@cmb.hu-berlin.de

Letzte Änderung: 29.11.2021 - Ansprechpartner: Webmaster