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Provisional Programme (Latest updating: August 17th, 2005)
Monday, 20th June 2005 | Tuesday, 21st June 2005

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Monday, 20th June 2005

8.45 - 9.15 REGISTRATIONS
9.15 - 9.30
WELCOME ADDRESS
Alessandro LANZA, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), Italy
Richard MORGENSTERN, Resources for the Future (RFF), U.S.A.
9.30 - 12.40 SESSION 1
Chair: Carlo CARRARO, University of Venice and Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), Italy
9.30 - 10.10

"The EU's Approach to Post-2012 Climate Policy" [presentation (192 Kb)]
Artur RUNGE-METZGER, European Commission, DG Environment, Belgium
Discussant: Thomas HELLER, Stanford University, U.S.A.

10.10 - 10.50

"Climate Favela: Regime Building with No Architect" [presentation (328 Kb)]
Henry JACOBY, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), U.S.A.
Discussant: Henry TULKENS, Center for Operations Research and eEconometrics (CORE), Belgium

10.50 - 11.20 Break: Refreshments served in Chiostro dei Cipressi

11.20 - 12.00

“ Climate Change and North-South Issues: Think Before You Leap” [paper (370 Kb)] - [presentation (861 Kb)]
Joyeeta GUPTA, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Discussant: Jean-Charles HOURCADE, Centre International de Recherche sur l'Environnement et le Développement (CIRED), France [discussion (98 Kb)]

12.00 - 12.40
“GHG Emissions Outlook & Post-2012 Approach” [presentation (219 Kb)]
Robert REINSTEIN, Reinstein & Associates International, U.S.A.
Discussant: Michael GRUBB, Imperial College, U.K.
13.00 - 14.15 Lunch: served in Chiostro dei Cipressi
14.15 -18.15 SESSION 2
Chair: Ray KOPP, Resources for the Future (RFF), U.S.A.
14.15 -14.55 "Results from the Pocantico Dialogue - Analysis of Hypothetical Protocols" [presentation (336 Kb)]
Jae EDMONDS, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, U.S.A.
Discussant: Richard MORGENSTERN, Resources for the Future (RFF), U.S.A.
14.55 - 15.35 “Kyoto 's Grandfathering Principle as an Obstacle to be Overcome” [paper (49 Kb)] - [presentation (4.491 Kb)]
Friedemann MÜLLER, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP), Germany
Discussant: Bert METZ, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (MNP/RIVM), The Netherlands
15.35 - 16.05 Break: Refreshments served in Chiostro dei Cipressi
16.05 - 16.45 "Carbon Trading from the Bottom Up: A Practical Vision for the Emergence of a global trading system" [presentation (248 Kb)]
Thomas HELLER, Stanford University, U.S.A.
Discussant: Frank CONVERY, University College Dublin, Ireland [discussion (21 Kb)]
16.45 - 17.25 "Developing Countries and the Post-Kyoto Agreement: The Rationale and Architecture for Aligning “Development and Climate” Interests" [presentation (3,15 Mb)]
P. R. SHUKLA, Indian Institute of Management, India
Discussant: Stefan SCHLEICHER, University of Graz, Austria
17.25 - 18.05 "A No Cap but Trade Proposal for Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Targets for Brazil, China and India" [paper (80 Kb)] - [presentation (157 Kb)]
Richard TOL, Hamburg University, Germany
Discussant: Jonathan PERSHING, World Resouces Institute, U.S.A.
20.00
Cocktail, Concert and Social Dinner at the Fondazione Giorgio Cini


 

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