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What Can an Economist Possibly Have to Say about Climate Change (in the Age of Trump)?

| May 03, 2018

Professor Stavins presents the RSIS Distinguished Public Lecture at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, in cooperation with the National University of Singapore, May 3, 2018.

View of the Toronto skyline from Toronto Harbour

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News - Harvard Project on Climate Agreements

Harvard Project Co-Sponsors, with Ontario Government, Workshop on Linkage and Paris Agreement

    Author:
  • Robert C. Stowe
| Apr. 11, 2018

The Harvard Project on Climate Agreements co-sponsored a workshop, “Article 6 and North American Linkage: Finding Synergies,” in Toronto on March 22, 2018. The Province of Ontario’s Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change hosted the meeting. Robert Stavins, Director of the Harvard Project, moderated the sessions, and Alex Wood, Assistant Deputy Minister for Climate Change, represented the Ministry in the discussions. Participants included officials focusing on Ontario, Québec’s, and California’s linked emissions-allowance-trading systems (ETSs) — and experts from research institutes and universities in Canada and the United States.

Rex Tillerson walks down a hallway

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Why Tillerson's Departure is Bad for U.S. Climate Change Policy

| Mar. 16, 2018

"In his tenure in the House of Representatives, before his move to the CIA, Pompeo, who represented a district in Kansas around Wichita, was a consistent, long-term, and vocal skeptic of the science of climate change, and an outspoken critic of the Obama administration’s climate policies...."

East Asia as seen from space

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Report - Harvard Project on Climate Agreements

International Cooperation in East Asia to Address Climate Change

| February 2018

The Harvard Project on Climate Agreements has released a volume of fifteen briefs examining approaches to international cooperation in East Asia to address climate change. Most authors were participants in a research workshop conducted by the Harvard Project on September 27, 2017, and the volume builds upon the discussions in that forum. Authors are social scientists (economists, political scientists) and legal scholars who have studied climate-change policy, plus several policy practitioners. They are based in Japan, New Zealand, the People’s Republic of China, the Republic of Korea, the Republic of Singapore, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Venue for COP-23 in Bonn, Germany

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Harvard Project: Events and Outreach at COP-23

    Author:
  • Robert C. Stowe
| Dec. 30, 2017

The Harvard Project on Climate Agreements conducted three side-event panels at the Twenty-Third Conference of the Parties (COP-23) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), held in Bonn, Germany, November 6–17, 2017. (The government of Fiji officially presided over the COP.) COP-23 focused on elaborating the Paris Agreement, which was adopted at COP-21 in December 2015 and which entered into force on November 4, 2016.