Overview - 2° or 4° Climate Change? Consequences for Development

SESSION 1 The Fundamentals: Consequences of a 4° world

SESSION 2 Insights from Communities of Practice

Discussion 1: It's Getting Brighter: Delivering Clean Energy for Development

Discussion 2: Seriously Uncoal: Decommissioning Coal Power Worldwide

  • Germanwatch Resource Expedition (Martin Fliegner, Thomas Rahne)

  • Mona Bricke, Klima Allianz Deutschland, European Coordination

  • Pinar Aksogan, Climate and Energy Campaigner, Greenpeace Mediterranean

  • With video-input from: Nicole Ghio, Sierra Club, Washington Office; Lina Li, Greenovation Hub, China

Discussion 3: Strengthening Adaptation: Improving the Established Governance Architecture

SESSION 3: Policy responses to the climate crisis


Discussion 1: The 2015 Climate Agreement: Opportunity, Gaps & Risks

  • Seyni Nafo, African climate negotiator for the ADP

  • Nicole Wilke, International Climate Policy, German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety

  • Wael Hmaidan, Director Climate Action Network – International (CAN-I)

  • Srinivas Krishnaswami, Director Vasudha Foundation, India

Discussion 2: Climate Risks: Reshaping Foreign Policy?

  • Ronny Jumeau, Climate Change Ambassador (Seychelles)

  • Martin Frick, Special Envoy Germany Forgein Policy

Discussion 3: Sustainable Development Agenda: Towards a New Paradigm? What Role for Climate?

  • Bernadette Fischler, WWF UK

  • Steffen Bauer, Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik

  • Vositha Wijenayake, Policy and Advocacy Coordinator - CANSA