After CoP 24, Katowice: have the rules to deliver on the Paris Agreement been agreed?
CoP 24 in Katowice, Poland is being held three years after the landmark climate change agreement reached in Paris and only a few months after the IPPCC 1.5 degree report called for urgent action. Commitments on action however remain too low and action from all countries needs to be ramped up.
The imperative for all countries now is to implement at the pace and scale required to meet the mutually agreed scale. CoP 24 is a critical step on this process as the rules that govern signatories are being discussed, and hopefully agreed. Once the rules are established, they will set the requirements and trajectory for the ramping up commitments in 2020.
Join a panel of distinguished speakers drawn from those who participated in the latest summit and hear their reflection and insights into the progress that has been made, as well as thoughts on where to next.
- Lord Nicholas Stern
Chairman, Grantham Research Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science
- Dr Alina Averchenkova
Principal Research Fellow, Grantham Research Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science
- Mr Archie Young
Head of International Climate Change Negotiations, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), United Kingdom
- Dr Achala Abeysinghe
Principal Researcher and Team Leader of global climate law, policy and governance team, International Institute for Environment and Development
Bob Ward, Policy and Communications Director, Grantham Research Institute
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The panel discussion will start at 10am but refreshments being served in Room 9.05 from 9.30am.