COP17 Events

Members of the ERC team are involved in several events at the COP in 2011.

Official MAPS programme launch

Thu, 01 Dec 2011  |  18:00 – 19:30  |  OASIS Conference Room

Oasis (Durban Jewish Centre),
44 K E Masinga Road (Old Fort Road),
Durban 4001. 

EASD Launch

Saturday, 03 Dec 2011  |  18:30—20:00  |  Apies River

Research Centre for Sustainable Development (RCSD)
Ms. Xiang Yu
+86 10 65252160
Equal access to sustainable development: balancing carbon and financial budgets
Equal access to sustainable development requires a fair share of emission space among all the individuals on earth. We will discuss how to establish an overall global framework for international cooperation on climate protection, linking carbon and financial flows. Chinese approaches will be shared.Speakers: Pan Jiahua, Director General of RCSD and China IPCC advisor to Working Group III; Chen Hongbo, Programme Director, Carbon finance, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; Liu Yanhua, Counsellor, Counsellors’ Office of the State Council; Harald Winkler, Lead Author on the IPCC Working Group III; William Chandler, President of Transition Energy; Wen Gang, Negotiator, Chinese delegation to UNFCCC.



Informal EASD networking

Wednesday, 07 Dec 2011  |  18:00 – 20:30  |  OASIS Conference Room


MAPS/CDKN side- event

Thursday, 08 Dec 2011  |  20:15—21:45  | Levubu River

SouthSouthNorth (SSN)
Ms. Lorraine Dimairho
+27 21 4612881

Fundación Futuro Latinoamericano (FFLA)
Ms. Mónica Andrade
+593 2 2236351

CDKN & MAPS: developing countries collaborating for climate compatible development
Research and stakeholder driven climate compatible development (CCD) policy support. Experiences from government-led processes including Peru, Chile, Colombia & Brazil to develop scenarios that align CCD, economic development and poverty alleviation.Speakers: Chair: Youba Sakona, Africa Climate Policy Centre Panelists: 1. Ulric Trotz, Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre 2. Maria Paz Cigaran, Libelula, Peru 3. Farrukh Iqbal Khan, Paksitan Pakistan’s Lead Negotiator 4. Kate Hampton, The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation, UK



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