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From Warsaw to Lima to Paris: European Leadership towards a 2015 Global Climate Agreement?

woensdag, 11 december, 2013 - 12:00 to woensdag, 11 december, 2013 - 14:00
Campus: Brussels Humanities, Sciences & Engineering campus
Karel Van Miert
Rome conference Room
Institute for European Studies
Pleinlaan 5, 1050 Brussel
Institute for European Studies
www.ies.be
Policy Forum

The Institute for European Studies (IES) at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) kindly invites you to a policy forum on “From Warsaw to Lima to Paris: European Leadership towards a 2015 Global Climate Agreement?” on 11 December 2013 with:

  • Jacob Werksman, Principal Advisor, European Commission, DG Climate Action
  • Lisanne Groen, Researcher, Institute for European Studies
  • Sebastian Oberthür, Academic Director of the Institute for European Studies
  • Claire Dupont, Institute for European Studies (chair)

The UN climate conference in Warsaw in November 2013 constituted an important milestone in the process towards “a protocol, another legal instrument or an agreed outcome with legal force” under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change to be adopted in Paris in 2015 and to take effect from 2020. The outcome of the conference establishes a set of parameters for the negotiation process towards the next climate conferences in Lima in December 2014 and in Paris at the end of 2015. The conference also clearly displayed the range of interests that are likely to continue to shape international climate politics over the coming two years.

This policy forum will take stock of the outcome of the Warsaw conference, analyze the resulting prospects and challenges for the unfolding international negotiations towards 2015 and assess the evolving role of the European Union in these negotiations. To what extent has the Warsaw conference advanced the international discussions? What are the main challenges towards a new international climate treaty and how can they be addressed? How may the EU maintain and re-constitute its traditional leadership role on climate change?

Registration & Venue

The policy forum starts at 12:00 with a lunch reception and will be followed by the discussion at 12:30. Participation is free of charge and open to all but due to space limitations, registration is mandatory. Please register here!

Venue

  • Institute for European Studies
  • Karel Van Miert Building
  • Conference Room Rome (Floor -1)
  • Pleinlaan 5
  • 1050 Brussels
  • [directions]

Contact

 

  • Ms. Jacintha Liem (Logistics)
  • Events Manager
  • Institute for European Studies
  • events@ies.be