Panel debate | A year on from Paris: turning commitments into action
Professor Lord Stern of Brentford
- Dr Alina Averchenkova, Co-Head Climate Policy at the Grantham Research Institute, LSE
- Pete Betts, Director, International Climate Change at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
- Emmanuel Guerin, Special Advisor to the French Climate Ambassador, Laurence Tubiana; and Consultant, Children’s Investment Fund Foundation
- Jennifer Morgan, Executive Director for Greenpeace
In the week immediately after COP22 ends in Marrakesh, Grantham Research Institute Chair, Lord Stern, will be joined by a distinguished panel to discuss what the combined outcomes of COP22, the US election and the UK’s decision to leave the European Union mean for international climate diplomacy and the implementation of the Paris Agreement.
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