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全球气候治理新格局下的中美行动与合作

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    全球气候治理新格局下的中美行动与合作


    会议时间: 2017年5月24日(周三)18:30-20:00 

    会议地点: 清华大学主楼接待厅

    主办方: 清华-布鲁金斯公共政策研究中心、清华伯克利能源气候变化联合研究中心、世界资源研究所WRI

    会议语言: 中文、英文(有同传)


    5月中旬,《联合国气候变化框架公约》新一轮气候大会在德国波恩召开,为《巴黎协定》制定更详细的规则。美国总统特朗普政府自就任以来一直主张美国退出《巴黎协定》。有消息称,特朗普总统可能会于月底在意大利举行的七国集团(G7)峰会上宣布退出该协定,这引起了全球各界的忧虑。

     

    全球气候治理面临新的格局,包括《巴黎协定》在内的全球治理成果是否能得到延续?全球各界如何应对这一格局带来的影响和挑战?中美两国的气候能源政策有何最新进展?两国如何进一步开展应对气候变化合作?

     

    524日,清华-布鲁金斯公共政策研究中心、清华伯克利能源气候变化联合研究中心与世界资源研究所(WRI)共同举办“全球气候治理新格局下的中美行动与合作”对话活动,邀请中外专家共同讨论全球气候治理的新格局和新趋势、以及中美两国在全球气候治理中的合作进展。


    活动语言为中文和英文,提供同声传译。欢迎报名参加!


    活动议程

    18:00 - 18:30    签到

    18:30 - 18:35    主持及开场

    滕飞,清华伯克利能源气候变化联合研究中心副主任

    18:35 - 18:45    主旨演讲

    Manish Bapna, 世界资源研究所执行副主席

    18:45 - 18:55    主旨演讲

    何建坤,原清华大学常务副校长、清华大学低碳经济研究院院长

    18:55 - 19:35    圆桌讨论

    主持人:

    齐晔,清华-布鲁金斯公共政策研究中心主任、清华大学公共管理学院教授

    讨论专家:

    何建坤,原清华大学常务副校长、清华大学低碳经济研究院院长

    Manish Bapna,世界资源研究所执行副主席

    杜祥琬,中国工程院院士,国家气候变化专家委员会名誉主任委员

    Sam Adams,世界资源研究所美国办公室首席代表,美国波特兰市前市长

    19:35 - 20:00    问答环节                                                                 



    清华-布鲁金斯公共政策研究中心简介

    清华-布鲁金斯公共政策研究中心由位于美国华盛顿特区的布鲁金斯学会和中国的清华大学联合创办。清华-布鲁金斯中心成立于2006年,位于清华大学公共管理学院。清华-布鲁金斯中心致力于在中国经济社会变革及维系良好的中美关系等重要领域提供独立、高质量及有影响力的政策研究。



    清华伯克利能源气候变化联合研究中心简介

        清华伯克利能源与气候变化联合研究中心由清华大学、伯克利加州大学和劳伦斯伯克利国家实验室共同成立。中心致力于开展能源与气候变化领域的创新研究,携手应对中美两国乃至全球共同面临的能源与气候变化挑战。中心目前正围绕前瞻性能源技术研究、能源与气候变化国际制度与国内政策和人才培养等三个工作方向开展合作。


    世界资源研究所简介

    世界资源研究所是一家独立的非营利性全球研究机构。我们立足科学,致力于环境与可持续发展的研究,与各领域领导者密切合作,将研究成果转化为行动,从而维护构成经济机遇和人类发展根本基础的自然资源。世界资源研究所拥有超过450名专家和员工,工作覆盖50多个国家,在美国、中国、印度、巴西、印度尼西亚、墨西哥、欧洲设立办公室。中国办公室成立于2008年,是世界资源研究所的第一个海外办公室。根据美国宾夕法尼亚大学下属的“智库和市民社会项目”小组发布的《全球智库报告》,世界资源研究所自2012年起连续三年被评为全球最佳环境类智库,并于2013年和2014年连续获得全球能源与资源政策类智库第二名。



    China-US action and cooperation 

    in the new age of global climate governance


    Time: 18:30-20:00, May 24th, 2017 (Wednesday) 

    Location: 3rd Floor Conference Hall of Main Building, Tsinghua University

    Hosts: Brookings-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy, Tsinghua Berkeley Joint Research Center on Energy and Climate Change, World Resources Institute (WRI) 

    Language: Chinese and English with simultaneous translation


    A new session of the Conference of the Parities to the UNFCCC is held in Bonn, Germany in mid May to make more detailed rules for the Paris Agreement. President Trump and his administration have been proposing to leave the Paris Agreement since taking office. It is said that President Trump may announce the US withdrawal from the Agreement at G7 summit scheduled at the end of the month, arousing concerns across the world.

     

    The global climate governance is entering a new age. Will the outcomes of global governance including the Paris Agreement be protected? How will the world respond to the impacts and challenges in the new age? What are the new trends of China and US climate and energy policies? How will the two countries advance their action and cooperation to tackle climate change?

     

    On May 24th, the Brookings-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy, the Tsinghua Berkeley Joint Research Center on Energy and Climate Change and the World Resources Institute will jointly host a public seminar on “China-US Action and Cooperation in the New Age of Global Climate Governance”. The event will bring Chinese and foreign experts together to discuss the new trend and new age of global climate governance and progress made in China-US cooperation on climate change. Working language will be English and Chinese with simultaneous translation. 


    Agenda

    18:00 - 18:30    Registration

    18:30 - 18:35    Opening Remarks

    TENG Fei, Deputy Director of Tsinghua Berkeley Joint Research Center on Energy and Climate Change

    18:35 - 18:45    Keynote Speech

    Manish Bapna, Executive Vice President of WRI 

    18:45 - 18:55    Keynote Speech 

    HE Jiankun, Former Executive Vice President of Tsinghua University and Director of the Institute of Low Carbon Economy of Tsinghua University

    18:55 - 19:35    Panel Discussion

    Moderator:

    QI Ye, Director of Brookings-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy, and Professor of School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University

    Panelists:

    HE Jiankun, Former Executive Vice President of Tsinghua University and Director of the Institute of Low Carbon Economy of Tsinghua University

    Manish Bapna, Executive Vice President of WRI 

    DU Xiangwan, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, and Honorary Dean of National Climate Change Expert Committee

    Sam Adams, Director, WRI Unites States

    19:35 - 20:00    Q& A                                                                  


    Brookings-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy

    Founded in October 2006, the Brookings-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy (BTC) is a partnership between the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. and China’s Tsinghua University. Based in Tsinghua’s School of Public Policy and Management, the BTC seeks to produce high quality and high impact policy research in areas of fundamental importance for China’s development and for U.S.-China relations.



    Tsinghua-Berkeley Joint Research Center on Energy and Climate Change

            Tsinghua-Berkeley Joint Research Center on Energy and Climate Change is a joint center partnering among Tsinghua University, UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. The center aims to develop innovative research in energy and climate change, with a view to cope with the global challenge. The center is pursuing research in three areas: innovative energy technologies, national and international energy and climate change policy, as well as education for next generation of leaders.


    World Resources Institute (WRI)

            World Resources Institute (WRI) is a global research organization that turns big ideas into action at the nexus of environment, economic opportunity and human well-being.  WRI's work spans more than 50 countries, with offices in China, Brazil, India, Indonesia, Europe, Mexico and the United States. Launched in 2008 with its headquarters in Beijing, WRI China builds on WRI’s 30-year history in China and strengthens our research on the ground. Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program, University of Pennsylvania has ranked the World Resources Institute as the world’s No. 1 Environment Think Tank for the third year since 2012, and the second “Top Energy and Resource Policy Think Tank” in the year of 2013 and 2014.



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