The five seminars in the 2013 series explored a range of questions on the theme of climate policy in crisis, from the science foundations through the prospects for global agreement, and on to issues of policy instruments, investment, markets and the motivation for action in the UK or the EU. Seminar 1 Science and the Validity of an Economic Case for Action on Emissions Seminar 2 Global Agreements? National Policies Seminar 3 Finding the Best Policy Instruments Seminar 4 Conflicting Projections and Investment Seminar 5 Issues of Unilateral Action The very full and wide ranging discussions in the series are summarised in these meeting reports prepared by Dr John Rhys OIES.
Categories: Energy economics, Energy efficiency, Energy policy, Finance and investment, Meetings
Tags: Climate finance, Climate policies, climate science, Competitiveness, parker seminars, unilateral action
Seminar1-Meeting-report-final-11.pdf 209.65 KBSeminar-2-meeting-report-1.pdf 233.4 KBMeeting-Report-31.pdf 266.03 KBSeminar-4-Meeting-Report1.pdf 263.27 KBMeeting-Report-51.pdf 395.3 KBCLIMATE-POLICY-IN-CRISIS-SUMMARY-OF-2013-SEMINARS.pdf 205.24 KB