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Beyond Copenhagen: Where to go for international climate policy?

04.02.2010

10.30 Introduction
Rebecca Harms MEP, Co-President of the Greens/EFA group

10.45-13.00 What future for climate policy? Lessons from Copenhagen
Public workshop with live streaming

What went wrong at Copenhagen and why?
Mark Lynas, Advisor to the government of the Maldives and environmental activist

The role of emerging economies at Copenhagen and beyond
Martin Khor, Executive Director of the South Centre (tbc)

US climate policy beyond Copenhagen
Andrew Light, Center for American Progress (tbc)

Europe's role in Copenhagen and relevance in future international climate policy
Laurence Tubiana, Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations

Moderation: Yannick Jadot, French Green MEP

Conclusion: Satu Hassi, Finnish Green MEP


14.30-18.00 Green politics beyond Copenhagen

Closed session for discussion amongst Green family members on strategy beyond Copenhagen

Keynote speakers:

What role for Green politics in international climate policy?
Klaus Leggewie, Professor for Political Science and Director of the Cultural Science Institute/Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities (KWI) in Essen and member of the German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU)

What can the Greens do to make COP16 in Mexico a success?
Philippe Henry, Minster of Environment and Climate with the government of Wallonia (tbc)

Moderation: Bas Eickhout, Dutch Green MEP

Conclusion: Rebecca Harms, Greens/EFA Co-President

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