04 December 2015
Climate Generations Area, Salle 1, Le Bourget
Anthony Hobley, Carbon Tracker’s CEO will be speaking at a panel discussion on the role of supply-side measures in combating climate change. Organised by the Stockholm Environment Institute, this event is open for all to attend.
This workshop brings together voices from climate policy research, governments and advocacy for a highly interactive discussion of “supply-side” measures to tackle climate change. Presenters will briefly introduce the concept of “supply-side” climate policy, its importance, and potential contributions, with examples from around the world. The rest of the session will be a moderated debate, involving both panellists and audience members, on supply-side options – from divestment and carbon asset risk protection, to cap-and-trade for production rights and specific initiatives to leave fossil fuel assets unexploited. The goal is to provide an opportunity to ask questions, share perspectives, and engage in a lively discussion.
Lisa Friedman, editor, ClimateWire (moderator)
Frank Jotzo, associate professor and director of the Centre for Climate Economics and Policy, Australian National University
Carlos Larrea, professor, Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar
Laurie Van Der Burg, research officer, Overseas Development Institute
Anthony Hobley, CEO, Carbon Tracker Initiative
Sivan Kartha, senior scientist, Stockholm Environment Institute
Michael Lazarus, US Center director, Stockholm Environment Institute
+ others tbc
For additional info and to register please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-can-climate-policy-tackle-the-supply-side-of-fossil-fuels-tickets-19721166540