|Towards a Europe of 2 Tonnes of Carbon -Ambition for the United Nations COP 24 Climate Conference 2018- The implications for each of the European countries|
|This event will explore the implications of our climate change solutions for the European Nations and actors.
The United Nations Climate Conference COP24 will take place in Katowice Poland in December 2018.The Green Economics Institute will once again have one of the largest delegations and invites participants to come and find out more and also to see if they would like to consider applying to be part of the delegation this year.
It is important to understand the implications of business as usual scenarios and its dangers for the European Union, to understand how much of the current migration crisis is caused by climate change and the threat that poses to European integration and the future of Europe, but also the various options currently available according to science and policy with regard to the choices of both ambition and solutions.
|This event is designed to examine three climate change scenarios for each European country and to start a proces of examining possible policy options for Europe. This follows on from our work at Bonn in Germany where we began the negotiations for such a climate and economic scenario in November 2018.
The aim is to involve speakers, writers and policy makers from around Europe and to provide some policy advise arising from the findings of the event.
It will build on previous work we have done including a range of books on europe, The greening of Europe, was also launched at Europe House, The Greening of the Mediteranean, The European Economy Crisis and Recovery, the Greening of Eastern Europe and many more.
The continuing relationship with Europe and collaboration on climate change is absolutely vital and this event begins that process explicitly.
|Jobs Growth and Investment, Digital Single Market, Energy Union and Climate, Internal Market, Justice and Fundamental Rights, Migration, EU as a Global Actor, Democratic Change|