Part three of the SP Network Montreal Conference Series, organized by SP network members and the SP National Student working group.Since the Toronto Conference in 1988, the prospects of coordinating a global response for mitigating and adapting to climate change now appear less and less feasible with the passing of each climate change summit. On the other hand, some progress has been made, notably in the setting of targets and an explicit goal, now widely endorsed, of limiting warming to no more than 2o C. What have we learned about international management of climate change over the past 20 years? What have been the stumbling blocks and on what foundations might we build? What are the conditions for an effective, internationally coordinated agreement on climate change?
Université de Montréal
December 16th, 2010, 4:00-6:00 pm
M. Stéphane Dion, Federal MP, Liberal Party
M. Moustafa Ouyed, Project Director, Climate Change & Sustainability, Golder Associates
Dr. Konstantia Koutouki, Professor, University of Montreal