Just a few weeks before the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Santiago de Chile (COP25), experts from science and politics informed about the upcoming negotiations. This year, the briefing will focused on the preparation of the global increases in ambition starting 2020 that were agreed on in the Paris Climate Agreement. Invited to the briefing were representatives of the Diplomatic Corps, business, academia and civil society. It was organized by the Federal Foreign Office, the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety and the German Climate Consortium.
In the session titled Acting now - how to build up a future economy, Gernot Klepper presented the Dialogue on the Economics of Climate Change. More information can be found here.