November 3 2017

FEEM at COP23 Bonn

FEEM at COP23 Bonn

From 6 to 17 November, 2017 nations of the world will meet at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP23) in Bonn, Germany, to advance the aims of the Paris Agreement and achieve progress on its implementation guidelines. The conference is hosted by the Secretariat of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and presided over by Fiji.

Cooperation makes COP23 possible. It also raises awareness of the vulnerability of islands and all nations. And it opens the door to even more collaboration and support – for resilient communities and for the transition to growth powered by clean energy”, UNFCCC Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa said about the Conference.

FEEM has been a significant actor in the climate change debate since its origin. Through its intense research activity on a broad array of topics and through its worldwide networks, FEEM has played a key role in many important national and international events and projects, and its research has appeared in leading scientific publications.

FEEM has been contributing to the UNFCCC negotiation process and has given its scientific contribution to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) process since 1995, in particular to the working group dealing with the possible pathways for mitigation of greenhouse gases and related costs. An increasing number of FEEM researchers have been Lead Authors of the Assessment Reports (AR) drafted throughout the years.

FEEM will take part in COP23 Bonn, co-organizing and participating in side-events as follow.

More real-time information about the FEEM’s commitment to COP23 are available visiting the website of its Initiative on Climate Change policy and Governance (ICCG). Furthermore, a follow-up on FEEM’s historic commitment to UNFCCC is available here.

Side-Event participated by FEEM
14 November 2017 - h. 12:30-13:45, Japan Pavilion
"Innovation and Climate Policy under the Paris Agreement”
A careful evaluation of NDCs’ emission reduction efforts is a crucial component of the next steps towards an effective climate agreement. This side event proposes methods to assess the economic costs of implementing the NDCs and highlights he role of technology & social innovations in reducing compliance costs.
Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth
Keigo Akimoto, Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth
Carlo Carraro, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei and Initiative on Climate Change policy and Governance
Ray Kopp, Resources for the Future
Hiro Tezuka, Keidanren and JFE Steel
Laurence Tubiana, European Climate Foundation

Side-Event co-organized by FEEM

15 November 2017 - h. 18:30-20:30, Turkey Pavilion
“Towards Sustainable Climate Change Response Measures under the Paris Agreement”
This event presents methods for evaluating NDCs’ emission reduction efforts and assesses their economic costs, with actual costs shown to be higher than least-cost mitigation measures. The panel will focus on how to reduce compliance costs, highlighting the value of technology & social innovations.
Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Resources for the Future, Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth, University of Edinburgh
Keigo Akimoto, Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth
Joe Aldy, Harvard University
Carlo Carraro, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei and Initiative on Climate Change policy and Governance
Carolyn Fischer, Resource for the Future

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