Bounded Flexibility: Designing a "Hybrid" Climate Agreement

BOUNDED FLEXIBILITY:
DESIGNING A “HYBRID” CLIMATE AGREEMENT

CENTER FOR CLIMATE AND ENERGY SOLUTIONS (C2ES)

INSTITUT DU DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE ET DES RELATIONS INTERNATIONALES (IDDRI)

Wednesday, June 11, 15:00 – 16:30
Ministry of Environment, Room SOLAR

An emerging paradigm for a 2015 agreement is a “hybrid” model blending top-down and bottom-up elements. Presentations and discussion will explore ways such an approach can provide the flexibility needed to achieve broad participation while also promoting strong ambition.

PRESENTERS:

DAN BODANSKY
Professor, Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law, Arizona University
(Presentation)

THOMAS SPENCER
Program Director for Energy and Climate, IDDRI
(Presentation)

ZOU JI
Deputy Director, National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Co-operation (NCSC), China

MODERATOR:

ELLIOT DIRINGER
Executive Vice President, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)