3rd Berlin Climate Law Conference

From Bonn to Cancún and Beyond: New Dimensions in Climate Regulation

17 June 2010
International Club Berlin (ICB)

Regular: € 585,-
Reduced for CCLR-subscribers: € 495,-
Reduced for full-time academics: € 415,-

VAT added if applicable.

Press Review

Article for the journal "Energiewirtschaftliche Tagungsfragen" by attorney Dr. Markus Ehrmann here.


Overview

With its third annual installment, the Berlin Climate Law Conference once again brought together experts from the legal discipline and other stakeholders to engage in a discussion on the legal dimensions of climate change. In doing so it responds to the growing significance of law as a framework for operational climate policies and stable, reliable carbon markets.


In 2010, the conference focused on the state of international climate policy after the latest negotiating sessions in Bonn, Germany, and provided an updated assessment of domestic policy developments in three key regions: the European Union, the United States, and China.
Participants learned about the legal relevance of the Copenhagen Accord and the role of alternative negotiation venues, discussed the state of international carbon markets, and obtained first hand briefings on how the three foregoing powers aim to achieve mitigation both domestically and internationally. A panel discussion drew on these presentations to assess the prospects for a negotiating breakthrough at the climate summit in Cancún in late 2010.


Topics

1st Session: In the Wake of Copenhagen – The State of International Negotiations
- How Relevant is the Copenhagen Accord? A Legal Perspective
- Resuming the AWG Negotiations: An Update from Bonn
- Quo Vadis Carbon Markets? Looking for Regulatory Certainty
- Legal Aspects of an Appeal Process for the Clean Development Mechanism

2nd Session: Domestic and Regional Climate Regulation: Assessing the Status Quo
- EU Climate Policy Post-Copenhagen: Acting Now to Reinvigorate Global Action on
  Climate Change - Options to Move Beyond 20%
- Legislation or Regulation? Climate Policy in the U.S.
- Awakening Giant: Climate Policy in China and International Implications

Moderated Panel Discussion: Can We Reach an Agreement in Cancún 2010?

Target Group

EC and international lawyers, private legal practitioners, economists, academics and industry representatives with an interest in the law and economics of climate regulation and the carbon market

Benefits of Attending

• Witness top-level experts speaking on today`s most important issues concerning climate regulation and the carbon market.
• Get updated on the latest developments and meet professionals from around the world.
• Enjoy a great networking opportunity in Berlin.

 

CCLR
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ISSN 18 64-99 04

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