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Understanding and comparing climate policies in different countries and cities.
The Paris agreement on Climate Change (2015) has triggered a series of climate mitigation and climate adaptation policies at different levels. Across the world, international organisations, national and sub-national governments, cities and communities have taken actions to make contributions to the Paris agreement and the 2030 Agenda of the United Nations.
This lecture will shed light on specific challenges, strategies and policies of different countries, regions and cities and analyse potentials and limitations of policies and actions promoted by different stakeholders, including governments but also the private sector and nonprofits.
Participants will get an introduction into the political, economic and social complexity of policy-making in the field of climate protection. The event is organized by Prof. Berthold Kuhn.
Further information can be found here.