February 8, 2015 | Climate Change
Global Research-Policy Interface Climate 2015: Strengthening the Research-Policy Interface in the International Climate Negotiations
On February 8, the Stanley Center and Climate Strategies will be hosting a dinner and discussion titled “Global Research-Policy Interface Climate 2015: Strengthening the Research-Policy Interface in the International Climate Negotiations.”
We encourage open, off-the-record, not for attribution discussion on ways to strengthen the policy-research interface in the international negotiations and beyond. There is a clear need to bring some neutral, fact-based research and analysis into the negotiations to improve the prospects for an effective deal on climate change. At the same time, there is a clear need to inject feedback from policymakers about current critical issues that require scientific analysis or scholarly reflection.
The objective of the dinner discussion is to identify three or four concrete themes that necessitate continuous communication between these communities. What are the research-based narratives needed for an ambitious and successful climate deal? What are their likely roadblocks? Are there new ideas that need to be explored?
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