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UCL-Energy Seminar: 'International shipping GHG policy post-Paris Agreement, recent developments at IMO MEPC and their implications for the sector' with UCL-Energy Reader in Energy and Transport Tristan Smith and Director Safety & Environment, Chamber of Shipping David Balston

UCL-Energy Seminar: 'International shipping GHG policy post-Paris Agreement, recent developments at IMO MEPC and their implications for the sector' with UCL-Energy Reader in Energy and Transport Tristan Smith and Director Safety & Environment, Chamber of Shipping David Balston

24 May 2016

The seminar will look at the recent policy developments at the United Nations International Maritime Organisation (IMO) on the subject of targets for shipping, which was left out of the UNFCCC COP21 agreement. The presentations will look at the consequences of targets and what options exist for shipping to tread ...
Joint UCL-Energy and UCL STEaPP seminar: 'Evaluating the Paris Agreement's Mitigation Pledges' with Joe Aldy, Associate Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School

Joint UCL-Energy and UCL STEaPP seminar: 'Evaluating the Paris Agreement's Mitigation Pledges' with Joe Aldy, Associate Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School

02 June 2016

The 2015 Paris Agreement reflected an unprecedented breadth of participation in international climate policy, with some 185 countries comprising about 95% of global greenhouse gas emissions having submitted emission mitigation pledges. These so-called “nationally determined contributions” take many different forms, and this variation highlights the importance of a well-designed and ...
UCL-Energy & The Edge Expert Panel Discussion - EU Referendum: Environmental & climate change consequences for the built environment

UCL-Energy & The Edge Expert Panel Discussion - EU Referendum: Environmental & climate change consequences for the built environment

09 June 2016

The EU Referendum is a once in a generation event, the outcome of which will ultimately be driven by the vote of UK citizens. It has brought an opportunity to reflect and act ...