April 30, 2015 - May 1, 2015 | New Delhi, Delhi, India | Climate Change
New Research for Effective Action at Paris and Beyond: Strengthening Research-Policy Interface in International Climate Negotiations
Climate Strategies and the Stanley Center are convening a two-day conference from April 30 to May 1, 2015, in New Delhi, India, during the Global Climate Policy Conference 2015, to explore research ideas that can be employed to support climate negotiations and implementation of a global climate change agreement made in 2015.
Less than a year is left until the UNFCCC conference in Paris (COP 21) where this agreement is expected to be reached. Less than five years are left until 2020—a year where global emissions should peak and start falling thereafter. Achievement of those goals poses a great challenge.
The conference will use papers from scholars around the world, chosen through a competitive submission process, to generate discussion around the best ways for policymakers to work with researchers around topics of central importance, where their input is crucial and can make a difference.
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