<p>The European Union will hold a side event during the UN climate change conference in Bonn, Germany, entitled 'Towards long-term national scenarios: Modelling meets policy'.</p>
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The European Union will hold a side event during the UN climate change conference in Bonn, Germany, entitled 'Towards long-term national scenarios: Modelling meets policy'.
The event will feature presentations of the latest model analyses of long-term national scenarios on climate change, followed by discussions between policymakers and researchers from China, the EU and India on current climate policies, best practices and the way forward for achieving the global temperature goals of the Paris Agreement.
The side event will take place on 3 May at 18:30-20:00. It will be webstreamed live and a recording will be available to view on-demand after the event (link below).
The EU delegation is co-hosting the event with the Netherlands Institute of Public Health and the Environment.
Mauro Petriccione, Director-General, DG Climate Action, European Commission
18:40 – 19:10
Where are we?
Outcomes of global and national-level scenarios on current policies and emission pathways consistent with 2/1.5°C
Detlef van Vuuren, PBL
19:15 – 19:30
Where do we want to go?
National perspectives on long-term low-emission pathways
China: Fu Sha, NCSC
19:05 – 19:15
How do we get there?
Policy perspective – current and good practice policies, opportunities to scale up mitigation action
Takeshi Kuramochi, NewClimate Institute
19:10 – 19:15
19:15 – 20:00
Artur Runge-Metzger, European Commission (European Union) & invited policymakers and modellers from China and India
Closing and refreshments