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The Paris Climate Agreement in Perspective: A Student Forum
Thu. 10 March 2016, 6:15 pm – 7:45 pm AEDT
The Paris Climate Talks culminated in universal acceptance of a UN agreement to limit global warming to below 2C for the first time ever. A panel of ANU students who were at the talks will discuss the significance of the agreement, what’s happened since then and what needs to happen for Australia and the world to meet their targets. This will be followed a Q&A session with the panel.
Pizza will be provided after the event.
Welcome and Introduction
Mark Howden, Director of the ANU Climate Change Institute
Luke Kemp - Will Paris and Pledges Make a Difference? Reviewing the Effectiveness of the New Climate Agreement
Tatiana Abarca Alvarez – The Legal Architecture of the Paris Agreement: Barriers to Implementation
Elizabeth Buchan – The outcome of the Paris negotiation process and relevance for carbon pricing initiatives around the world
Moira Cully – The era of fossil fuels is over, but not for the Australian government
Olivia Purba – Bringing the Paris Agreement back to ANU
Q&A with Panel
The event will be followed by pizza and discussion in Manning Clark Foyer