Discussion on: Unpacking the outcomes of the Glasgow COP

Discussion on: Unpacking the outcomes of the Glasgow COP
Wednesday, 17 November 2021 Add to Calendar 2021-11-17 17:30:00 2021-11-17 19:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Discussion on: Unpacking the outcomes of the Glasgow COP he Centre for Policy Research invites you to a discussion on: Unpacking the outcomes of the Glasgow COP Speakers: Lavanya Rajamani, Professor of International Environmental Law, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford, and Visiting Professor, Centre for Policy Research RR Rashmi, Distinguished Fellow and Programme Director, Earth Science and Climate Change, TERI Harald Winkler, Professor, University of Cape Town Chaired by: Navroz K. Dubash, Professor, Centre for Policy Research This event will be held online. Click here to register via Zoom.  [If there is an issue, please email us at climate.initiative.cpr@gmail.com] COP 26 in Glasgow has been positioned as the 'last, best chance' to seriously address climate change. Several crucial issues have emerged during the COP: new net zero and other announcements by countries, calls for updated NDC pledges, deals on finance, adaptation, and loss and damage and efforts to complete the Paris Rule book, notably on carbon markets. To help understand whether, and how, COP 26 met its aspirations, the Centre for Policy Research is holding a COP debrief, bringing together panelists with a wealth of knowledge on climate law, policy, politics and practice. The speakers will reflect on the legal implications of COP 26, its political outcomes, and what this means for India going forward. Please join us to make sense of COP 26. The CPR Initiative on Climate, Energy and Environment aims to stimulate an informed debate on the laws, policies and institutions shaping climate, energy and environmental governance in India. Our research focuses on improved understanding of climate, development and environmental challenges and pathways to improved outcomes, in four key areas: climate policy and institutions, the political economy of electricity in India, low-carbon energy demand patterns in urban areas, and air quality governance.  Online via Zoom
5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Online via Zoom

he Centre for Policy Research invites you to a discussion on: Unpacking the outcomes of the Glasgow COP

Speakers:

  • Lavanya Rajamani, Professor of International Environmental Law, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford, and Visiting Professor, Centre for Policy Research
  • RR Rashmi, Distinguished Fellow and Programme Director, Earth Science and Climate Change, TERI
  • Harald Winkler, Professor, University of Cape Town

Chaired by:

  • Navroz K. Dubash, Professor, Centre for Policy Research

This event will be held online. Click here to register via Zoom

[If there is an issue, please email us at climate.initiative.cpr@gmail.com]

COP 26 in Glasgow has been positioned as the 'last, best chance' to seriously address climate change. Several crucial issues have emerged during the COP: new net zero and other announcements by countries, calls for updated NDC pledges, deals on finance, adaptation, and loss and damage and efforts to complete the Paris Rule book, notably on carbon markets.

To help understand whether, and how, COP 26 met its aspirations, the Centre for Policy Research is holding a COP debrief, bringing together panelists with a wealth of knowledge on climate law, policy, politics and practice. The speakers will reflect on the legal implications of COP 26, its political outcomes, and what this means for India going forward. Please join us to make sense of COP 26.


The CPR Initiative on Climate, Energy and Environment aims to stimulate an informed debate on the laws, policies and institutions shaping climate, energy and environmental governance in India. Our research focuses on improved understanding of climate, development and environmental challenges and pathways to improved outcomes, in four key areas: climate policy and institutions, the political economy of electricity in India, low-carbon energy demand patterns in urban areas, and air quality governance.