05 December 2015
European Union Pavilion, Hall 2B, Blue Zone of Le Bourget, Room Brussels, Paris
Anthony Hobley, Carbon Tracker’s CEO will be speaking on the economic impacts of climate change in the Arctic, as part of a joint session hosted by the European Polar Board, EU-PolarNet and the EU-funded research programme ICE-ARC. The session title is: ‘Climate Change in the Arctic – Local, Regional and Global Impacts’.
The objective of the session is to provide high-level decision-makers and other parties with a holistic overview of Arctic change and its multi-sector impacts.
- Peter Horvath, Directorate General for Research and Innovation, European Commission
- Sir David King, FCO Special Representative for Climate Change. The Physical Basis of Arctic Change
- Jean-Claude Gascard, Senior Scientist, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS).Scenarios for Arctic change and Global Consequences
- Anthony Hobley, Carbon Tracker Initiative. Economic Impact of Arctic change; regional and global contexts
- Sheila Watt-Cloutier, Former Chair of the Inuit Circumpolar Conference and winner of the Right Livelihood Award 2015. Societal Consequences of Arctic change; regional and global contexts
- Thorben Hoffmeister, Executive Officer Geopolitics, Bundeswehr Geoinformation Center (ZGeoBw). Geopolitical and Security Consequences of Arctic Change
More information here: https://www.bas.ac.uk/event/cop21-side-event-climate-change-in-the-arctic/
The event takes place in the Blue Zone at Le Bourget and requires accreditation.