27.06.2019
Forum Klimahaus Bremerhaven Bremerhaven

International Symposium: from Copenhagen to Katowice and beyond

10 years of climate policy and the impact for future generations. The Klimahaus will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a symposium looking back on the last ten years in climate policy and climate change and further into the future.

One perspective will be to revisit how the worldwent from the failure to agree in Copenhagen 2009 to the much appreciated agreement in Paris 2015 and itsimplementation (mostly) in Katowice 2018. We will also have a look at the next steps that need to be taken toreach the Paris goals in an equitable way.In the second part of the symposium we will move into the Klimahaus exhibition to talk about actually visibleand tangible impacts of climate change all over the world and especially in the places the Klimahaus journeyis about. In addition to a scientific view on new developments in climate change and climate research, climatechange witnesses from around the world will talk about how they experience climate change at home.Topics on the agenda include:

  • Key negotiation points related to the Paris Agreement
  • Achievements and challenges towards reaching the Paris goals
  • The impact of climate change on people in different parts of the world and future generations

We would like to invite you to discuss your experiences with those of international experts from NGO’s, universities, global corporations, the public administration, international organizations and people who are interested in climate policy and climate protection.

 

PROGRAMME

Thursday, 27 June 2019

  • 09:00 Arrival and registration
  • 10:00 Welcome address and opening remarks 
  • 10:15 Keynote address Prof. Dr. Harald Welzer (invited); 

Futurzwei Stiftung Zukunftsfähigkeit

  • 10:45 Panel presentations and discussion: International climate policy from 2009 to 2019 and beyond

Elina Bardram; DG Climate Action, European Commission

Dr. Karsten Sach; Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety

Prof. Dr. Niklas Höhne; New Climate Institute and Wageningen University

Wendel Trio; Climate Action Network Europe

Christoph Bals; Germanwatch

  • 12:15 Intermission and discussion : "Wake-Up Call" by Luisa Neubauer (invited); Fridays for Future, Germany
  • 13:00 Lunch Break
  • 14:00 Statements and discussion: The impact of climate change on people in different parts of the world. Parallel sessions in different parts of the exhibition.
  • 15:30 Coffee Break
  • 16:00 – 17:00 Closing messages and conclusion

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

The conference language will be English.

REGISTRATION

There is an online-registration-form available at

www.klimahaus-bremerhaven.de/symposium.

Registration is possible until 20 June 2019.

COSTS

Congress fee: 130,00 EUR

110,00 EUR for partners and their members

Students / Fellows: 60,00 EUR

The fee covers:

• Exclusive access to all speaking events

• Food and beverages during the symposium

CANCELLATION POLICY

Full refund for cancellations before 31 May 2019. For cancellations between 31 May and 20 June

2019 the cancellation fee is 50 %. No refund after 20 June 2019.

ACCOMMODATION

Booking is possible at the following link: tportal.toubiz.de/bremerhaven/ukv

CONTACT & INFORMATION

Dr. Susanne Nawrath

Klimahaus Bremerhaven 8° Ost

Am Längengrad 8, 27568 Bremerhaven, Germany

symposium@klimahaus-bremerhaven.de

www.klimahaus-bremerhaven.de/symposium

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