Hilary Term weeks 1-8 | Wednesdays 5-6:30pm | Beckit Room | OUCE | South Parks Rd | Oxford | Ox1 3QY
Following the agreement between Presidents Obama and Xi Jinping on carbon caps, the focus of climate change negotiations is focussed on the Paris Conference of the Parties in December 2015. This seminar series looks at the big issues at Paris, the chances of success, the possible shape of an agreement, whether it will have much impact, what the alternative approaches are, and what lies beyond in technology and climate change policy.
Convenors: Prof Dieter Helm | Prof Cameron Hepburn | Prof Robert Hahn
21 Jan 2015 - Prof Dieter Helm - "A Critique of the Kyoto and Paris Architecture - Why They Won’t Solve Climate Change"
28 Jan 2015 - Prof Chris Llewellyn-Smith - "Low-carbon energy sources"
04 Feb 2015 - Prof Antoine Dechezlepretre - "Climate Change Policies and Innovation in Clean Technologies"
11 Feb 2015 - Prof Thomas Sterner - "Is a Climate Treaty A) Necessary and B) Possible"
18 Feb 2015 - Prof Myles Allen - Title TBC
25 Feb 2015 - Prof Cameron Hepburn - "Climate Policy and Some Deadly Serious Game Theory"
04 Mar 2015 - Prof Doyne Farmer - Title TBC
11 Mar 2015 - Dr Artur Runge-Metzger - "The Road to Paris and Beyond: Prospects of an Ambitious Global Deal"
Open to all!