The Final Symposium
The Final Symposium in September 2012 comes at an important juncture: It concludes three years of research at Heidelberg University and at the same time marks the beginning of a 6-year research program on the assessment of Climate Engineering funded by the German Science Foundation – DFG. Over the course of one-and-a-half days, it will provide participants with the opportunity to review the current state of the art and to discuss the road ahead.
The Symposium will not only offer a chance to review and discuss the project outputs, but also to hear about the current thinking of leading experts on global governance and science policy regarding the pressing research needs. In addition, one session will be dedicated to allowing interaction with policy-makers. This session is designed to help participants understand where science can make a difference by helping policy-makers take informed decisions about climate engineering options, at home or internationally.
Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law & Int’l Law
Im Neuenheimer Feld 535
We welcome attendance from all interested parties. Participation is free of charge, but the number of participants is limited. To attend, please send an email to CE-Symp@eco.uni-heidelberg.de
Admission is conditional on registration. Registration closes on September 15, 2012.
The program schedule for the summer school is available here.
More Information about the speakers and participants of the panels:
Prof. Scott Barrett - Lenfest-Earth Institute, Natural Resource Economics, Columbia University CV
Prof. Armin von Bogdandy - MPI for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg CV
Prof. Hans Gebhardt - Department of Geography, Heidelberg University CV
Prof. Timo Goeschl - Alfred-Weber-Institiut for Economics, Heidelberg University CV
Prof. Sebastian Harnisch - Institute for Political Science, Heidelberg University CV
Dr. Karl-Eugen Huthmacher - Department ‘Provision for the Future - Basic and Sustainability Research’,
Federal Ministry of Education and Research CV
PD Mark Lawrence - IASS - Potsdam Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies e.V. CV
Dr. Klaus Müschen - Head of the Climate Protection and Energy Unit at UBA CV
Prof. Andreas Oschlies - GEOMAR - Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel CV
Prof. Arthur Petersen - Chief Scientist at the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency CV
Prof. Ulrich Platt - Institute for Environmental Physics, Heidelberg University CV
Prof. Steve Rayner - Director, Institute for Science, Innovation and Society, Oxford University CV