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1st POLIMP Webinar – Paris 2015: Lessons from the Copenhagen Experience

1st POLIMP Webinar – Paris 2015: Lessons from the Copenhagen Experience

Timeloc
7 July 2015
Berlin
Germany
What lies in store for the Paris negotiations and what can we learn from the past?

In July 2015, the new POLIMP Webinar Series officially kicked off with a discussion on the topic “Paris 2015: Lessons from the Copenhagen Experience" moderated by Matthias Duwe (Head, Climate Ecologic Institute).

The webinar took place on Tuesday, 7 July 2015 from 14:00 until 15:00 CEST and featured two main speakers.

Guest speakers:

Moderator:

The three explored what lessons can be drawn from the experience of the negotiation process towards the 2009 Copenhagen climate summit for a success of this year's conference COP21 in Paris, which is aiming to adopt a new agreement for the time after 2020.

A recording of the event can be viewed on the webinar's Google Hangout event page or by clicking on the YouTube video below.

For each webinar viewers are asked to send questions and comments via email (questions@polimp.eu) or twitter (#POLIMPQuestions) before the event, or by using the Q&A App on the Google Hangout event page during the live event.

All POLIMP Webinar videos are hosted on the POLIMP Webinars Youtube channel soon after the event.

To find out more about the POLIMP research project, visit our website, or connect with us via Facebook or Twitter.


Funding
European Commission, Directorate-General Research & Innovation (DG Research & Innovation)
Organizer
Partner
Speaker
Prof. Dr. Sebastian Oberthür (IES)
Wytze van der Gaast (JIN)
Speaker
Date
7 July 2015
Location
Berlin, Germany
Language
English
Project ID
2722
Keywords
Climate, Negotiations, UNFCCC, Paris, COP 21, COP 15