Upcoming events: emerging countries under the climate regime

cop 16We hope you had a good Easter Break. The Environmental Politics Research Group (EPRG) is back with a few events.

This Friday, the 19th of April we will be having a reading group meeting in preparation of our next guest speaker. We will focus on emerging states in the climate regime and how to make the regime more just. We have selected two articles (see links below or e-mail keh09 for PDFs). You do not need to read both. Read as little or as much as you can and come along for the discussion.

The following Friday, the 26th of April, we will host Alejandra Lopez Carbajal as our guest speaker. Alejandra was part of the team in the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs that prepared the climate change negations (COP16) in Cancun, Mexico. Under the title “Bridging positions between developed and developing countries, Mexico’s stand under the UN climate change regime” she will give us a practitioner’s perspective.

a)      Reading group on emerging states in the climate regime and better representation in the climate regime; When: 19th of April, 1:10pm; Where: South Room, InterPol Building

b)      Guest speaker, Alejandra Lopez Carbajal, on “Bridging positions between developed and developing countries, Mexico’s stand under the UN climate change regime”; When: 26th of April, 4pm; Where: Main Hall, InterPol Building

We hope to see many of you. Please feel also free to pass this message on to anybody how might be interested.

Robyn Eckersley: Moving Forward in the Climate Negotiations: Multilateralism or Minilateralism? In: Global Environmental Politics (2012)

Hurrell and Sengupta: Emerging powers, North–South relations and global climate politics. In: International Affairs (2012)

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