Joseph Delatte is a Postdoctoral Junior Researcher at the Joint Research Project for Renewable Energy Economics, Kyoto University (Japan)


COP26: from Paris’s promises to concrete actions?

Six years after the Paris Agreement, COP26 is the most significant momentum for countries of the world to agree on concrete pathways to reach the 1.5-degrees target. The summit’s critical questions encompass enhancing NDCs, deciding on solid Finance packages for developing countries, producing new public-private partnerships for technological breakthroughs, and finalizing the Paris rules book, especially on Article 6. This seminar will discuss COP 26’s achievements on these critical issues. In addition, it will further engage the discussion on the serious political challenges surrounding the enforcement of Article 6 and internationally transferred mitigation outcomes.

Practical informations:

Friday Lunch Meeting will take place from 12.30 pm – 2.00 pm

Due to the sanitary context, the registration to the seminar will be online only.

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Online via Zoom