Workshop

Climate Change Debate

Combating climate change: can global agreements, regulation or markets ever deliver?

Christian Gollier, Julia Elizabeth King, and Rick van der Ploeg

June 1, 2017

London


 

 

 

Toulouse School of Economics is delighted to invite you to participate to a rountable on Climate change

 

Combating climate change: can global agreements, regulation or markets ever deliver?

Thursday 1st June - 6.30pm - 
French Institute
17 Queensberry Place,
London SW7 2DT 

Mandatory registration

This roundtable will address today's major climate policy and practice challenges. Leading thinkers from business, finance, policy-making and academic research will discuss: 

- The merits of a uniform carbon price and the likelihood that could materialise any time soon.

- The incentives for key financial market players to act against climate change and how to deal with the risk of ‘stranded assets’.

- How regulatory standards and renewable energy subsidies can drive green innovation. 

- How to go forward from the Paris agreement amid pledge withdrawals and weaknesses.

 

Speakers: 

Reference

Christian Gollier, Julia Elizabeth King, and Rick van der Ploeg, Climate Change Debate: Combating climate change: can global agreements, regulation or markets ever deliver?, London: French Institute, June 1, 2017.