June 28, 2016 | London, United Kingdom | Climate Change
Coordinating Research and Policy on 1.5°C Pathways
The Stanley Center and Ecofys will co-host the “Coordinating Research and Policy on 1.5°C Pathways” workshop on June 28.
The objective of the workshop is to 1) examine current research and policy programs to determine and pursue transformational pathways to limit global warming to 1.5°C; and 2) strategize means to coordinate these activities with an aim of inspiring climate action now as well as informing the expected IPCC report in 2018.
This is the initial gathering of a select set of like-minded stakeholders on coordinating global efforts to determine and pursue transformational pathways with the intention to convene additional workshops, as a progression, with a broader set of stakeholders throughout 2016.
To inform the workshop discussion, the collaborators will provide the participants with a short working paper on known research and policy programs. The paper will also provide a brief analysis on ways in which these programs fit together. Participants will be asked to elaborate both on their own initiatives and to identify additional like-minded initiatives/organizations.
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