After Copenhagen: Finding Direction in Climate Law & Policy is one of the well-known conferences in Australia. This meeting will offer a stage for the foremost climate experts to provide recent updates on climate science and policy, and to hypothesize concerns in its prospect track. The symposium will focus on the direction of international and domestic climate law and policy. This conference will maintain contact between both amateurs and specific experts. It will bring together researchers, teachers, administrators and managers under one roof to discuss on scientific issues and give the visitors a chance to share their own ideas and knowledge. Attendees will get the opportunity to collect information on the key issues as well as share their own ideas with the speakers. This is a must attend event for the professionals working in the climate sector.
- Energy Efficiency
- Australia’s Commitment - Where are we now?
- Separating fact from fiction: the state of climate science
- Managing abatement costs in the face of uncertainty: building a rational carbon pricing scheme
- The Investment Dilemma: How is political uncertainty affecting investment in carbon mitigation and carbon markets?
- Policy makers
- Climate experts
ANU Centre for Climate Law and Policy, Baker & McKenzie, ANU Climate Change Institute