6 June 2022 - 6 June 2022
9:00AM - 9:00PM
Room 452, Durham University Business School, Mill Hill Lane, Durham, DH1 3LB
Event organised by Centre for Environmental and Energy Economics (CE3), Durham University Business School (DUBS) and Durham Energy Institute (DEI).
First Durham Environmental and Energy Economics International Workshop
Climate policy after COP 26 and IPCC AR6: the role of international cooperation
The Workshop discusses the role of international cooperation in future climate change policy, bringing together some of the leading experts on the analysis of International Environmental Agreements, who will present their latest papers on the topic. In addition, the policy roundtable brings together experts in climate policy, law and economics, including the two coordinating lead authors of the chapter on international cooperation of the recent IPCC AR6 report on Mitigation of Climate Change.
Alejandro Caparrós, email@example.com Laura Marsiliani, firstname.lastname@example.org Lucia Sbragia, email@example.com
Johannes Emmerling, EIEE: The interplay between mitigation and climate engineering for international climate agreements under different stability concepts
Michèle Breton, HEC Montreal: Self-image and the Stability of International Environmental Agreements