A virtual discussion about the events, decisions and conversations from the 20th UNFCCC climate summit in Lima. Is the UNFCCC still a viable pathway to confront climate change? Can the Lima talks capture momentum from a recent US-China climate agreement and set the stage for international agreement in Paris in 2015? Are bilateral deals, like the US-China partnership, an alternative to the UNFCCC process or a critical step towards a global treaty?
– Rob Stowe, Executive Director, Harvard Environmental Economics Program
-Matthew Stepp, Center for Clean Energy Innovation
-Valerie Karplus, Assistant Professor of Global Economics and Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management
– Jesse Jenkins, MIT PhD Student and Researcher / Energy Writer and Digital Strategy Consultant
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