RECAP15 International Conference
Recommendations for COP21 (Paris 2015)
Given the continuing failure of international climate negotiations, climate policy must break new ground. This requires a departure from over-ambitious climate protection goals and the ideal of a global agreement towards a bottom-up-based extension of global climate protection. A prerequisite for this is a confidence-building climate policy framework that secures the success of the unilateral efforts and at the same time convinces developing countries for climate protection.
- From the „Copenhagen Syndrome“ to climate realpolitik
- How to shield the EU’s first-mover position in climate policy?
- Is climate adaptation counterproductive for climate protection?
- Satellite-based monitoring for building trust
- Michael Finus - Climate Coalitions in a mitigation-adaptation game
- Wolfgang Buchholz, Wolfgang Peters - Challenges and risks of being the first mover
- Ulrike Will - Design of border adjustments for the EU ETS
- Roland Ismer - Inclusion of consumption in EU ETS
- Aneta Ufert - Reciprocity and cost-sharing as instruments to promote multilateral climate protection
- Patrick Vetter - Spatio-temporal statistical analysis of the global carbon cycle
- Joachim Schleich - Citizens’ perceptions of justice in international climate policy and voluntary contributions to climate-friendly activities
- Carsten Helm - Climate cooperation with technology investments and border carbon adjustments
- Heike Auerswald - Strategic climate policy and risk-taking
- Anna Topp - Adaptation and investments as commitment devices in climate politics
- Alexander Haupt - Adaptation versus Mitigation: Some Policy Implication