Climate Policy’s Special Issue on The Changing Geopolitics of Climate Change

Event Name Climate Policy’s Special Issue on The Changing Geopolitics of Climate Change
Start Date 15th Jan 2014 2:00pm
End Date 15th Jan 2014 5:00pm
Duration 3 hours
Description

Andy Kerr (ECCI) and Navraj Singh Ghaleigh (Edinburgh Law School) are very pleased to invite you to a one-off seminar launching Climate Policy’s Special Issue on The Changing Geopolitics of Climate Change.

The Special Issue is edited by Charlotte Streck of Climate Focus and with other contributing authors (Joanna Depledge/Cambridge and Karl Hallding/Stockholm Environment Institute), the ECCI will host a discussion of their papers from 2pm of 15 January 2014. There will also be reflections on the recent Warsaw COP and the pathway to Paris 2015, with colleagues from Edinburgh serving as discussants. The Special Issue is accessible from this link: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tcpo20/13/5.

This promises to be a stimulating event, bringing some of the climate change world's most prominent scholars and practitioners to Edinburgh. We expect a vibrant discussion, spanning disciplines and engaging policy and academic communities alike.

Registration is required and you can do so by clicking this link.

Agenda
 
2pm - Welcome: Andy Kerr; Introduction: Navraj Singh Ghaleigh
 
2.20pm:

Paper 1: Charlotte Streck

Paper 2: Joanna Depledge,

Discussants: Alan Boyle &  Francisco Ascui
 
Discussion: Chair Navraj Singh Ghaleigh
 
3.30 - 3.45pm: tea/coffee
 
3.45pm:

Paper 3: Karl Hallding

Discussant, Franklin Ginn.

Discussion to close. Chair, Charlotte Streck.
 
5pm: close