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2008 seminars

2008 seminars

Climate Change Modelling
Prof Chris Jones, Warwick Mathematics Institute
13 October 2008, Zeeman Building
 
CSGR 2008 Seminar Series
Seminars held in the Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation on Climate change policy 
 
The Challenge of Climate Change
This workshop was organised jointly by the University of Warwick and the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI).
22 January 2008, University of Warwick.
See here (PDF Document) for a synopsis of the workshop content.
 
Workshop Presentations:
Three levels, three pillars, three timescales: Some observations for structuring analysis of international climate negotiations
Dr. Michael Grubb (University of Cambridge & Imperial College, London)
Lessons from the CDM for the role of project-based market mechanisms in the post-2012 regime
Dr. Axel Michaelowa (University of Zurich)
The global negotiating framework for climate change mitigation (with Sean Walsh, CIGI) 
Professor John Whalley (University of Western Ontario, University of Warwick, CIGI)
Climate change agreements with cumulative participation (with S. Chatterji, Warwick) 
Professor Sayantan Ghosal (University of Warwick)
Achieving a low-carbon economy: the policy challenge
Professor Paul Ekins (King's College, London)
Emissions trading - much potential but can it deliver? 
Dr. Andrew Sentance (University of Warwick)
Can innovation and markets supply low carbon technologies? 
Christopher Moir (Warwick Manufacturing Group and formerly DTI)