Thursday, December 01, 2005

Post-2012 Climate Policy - the Pew report

In a 47th vision on Kyoto Post-2012 (after the '45 visions' review by University of Amsterdam and the recent 3E report), the Pew Center on Global Climate Change argues for a flexible, multilateral framework that engages major actors. It calls for an aspirational long-term goal, with differentiated targets & trading to drive short-term action. The report also sees a role for technology cooperation.

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Patrick said...

WEDNESDAY, February 21, 2007
12:30 – 2:00 PM
National Academies of Science
500 5th St
Washington, DC 20001
Keck 100 Conference Room

Climate Engineering: Aladdin’s Lamp or Pandora’s Box?


Scientists and citizens alike are concerned about our ability to curb greenhouse gas emissions and the serious implications of global warming. At this public seminar, panelists will discuss whether climate engineering (a.k.a. geoengineering) offers a potential solution to global warming and whether future research should explore the possibility.

The seminar will provide speakers with 10-15 minutes to present their opinions followed by a moderated question and answer session.

No report or summary will be produced from this seminar.

Featured Speakers Not Yet Confirmed.

WEDNESDAY, February 21, 2007
12:30 – 2:00 PM
Keck 100 Conference Room
Climate Engineering: Aladdin’s Lamp or Pandora’s Box?


Scientists and citizens alike are concerned about our ability to curb greenhouse gas emissions and the serious implications of global warming. At this public seminar, panelists will discuss whether climate engineering (a.k.a. geoengineering) offers a potential solution to global warming and whether future research should explore the possibility.

The seminar will provide speakers with 10-15 minutes to present their opinions followed by a moderated question and answer session.

No report or summary will be produced from this seminar.

Featured Speakers Not Yet Confirmed.