June 9, 2015 | Bonn, Germany | Climate Change
Global Research-Policy Interface Climate 2015 Side Event
In May 2015, the Stanley Center and Climate Strategies organized a two-day Global Climate Policy Conference in New Delhi to explore new research ideas that can support climate negotiations on the way to Paris COP21, as well as the implementation phase in the years to come. The objective of the entire project is to identify:
- Roadblocks with potential significance for climate negotiations.
- The outcome of Paris and the post-2020 regime.
- The areas where neutral, fact-based research and analysis can benefit the political process.
On June 9, 2015, the Stanley Center and Climate Strategies will host a side event in Bonn to present a snapshot of the outcome of the New Delhi discussions.
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