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2nd International Workshop: EU's climate change and energy cooperation: moving towards mutual learning?

When Dec 08, 2016 12:00 PM to
Dec 09, 2016 03:00 PM
Where Room 1.25, David Attenborough Building, University of Cambridge Conservation Research Initiative (UCCRI) Cambridge
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Thursday 8th December

12:00-13:00 Welcome lunch

13:00-13:30 Welcome address

13:30-15:30 Research Session 1

EU-China Climate Cooperation
Assessing the EU’s contribution to sustainable development: The case of EU China
sustainable energy cooperation
Léa Pilsner (University of Leeds)
Norm Convergence and Divergence in EU- China Climate Policy:Reproducing or Challenging Market-Liberal Orthodoxy?
Scott Leatham (De Montfort University)
Designing and preparing for the launch of China’s emissions trading system–Putting European lessons into practice?
Sarah Van Eynde (University of Leuven) and Olivia Gippner (LSE)
Can EU Be New Hegemon of International Politics? Game Theory Analysis on EU Civil Aviation ETS
Jiangtian Xu (University of East Anglia)

15:30-16:00 Coffee break

16:00-18:00 Research Session 2

EU-Latin America Climate Cooperation
Climate Change and Energy in the EU Environmental Policies in the Euro-Latin American Space
Roberto Dominguez (Suffolk University)
Can the EU-CELAC Strategic Partnership support the implementation of the Paris Agreement in Latin America?
Guy Edwards (Brown University)
The external influence of European Union energy policies on sustainable biofuel production: The case of Brazilian ethanol

Pierre Bocquillon (University of East Anglia), Issa Ibrahim Berchim (Universidad do Sul de Santa Catarina, UNISUL), João Marcelo Pereira Ribeiro (UNISUL), Jose Baltazar S. O de Andrade Guerra (UNISUL)
The United Kingdom-Mexico partnership on climate change: Transnational networks, lesson-drawing and the North-South cooperation
Israel Solorio (National Autonomous University of Mexico), David Benson (University of Exeter) and Irene Lorenzoni (University of East Anglia)


Friday 9th December
9:00-11:00 Research Session 3
The (Geo)politics of EU’s Climate Ambitions
The EU’s turn to multiple bilateralism in global climate politics: explaining the dynamics of cooperation and confrontation with key emitters
Simon Schunz (College of Europe) and David Belis (University of Leuven)
EU-Russia energy and climate policy cooperation post-Paris: any hope for change?
Olga Olga Khrushcheva (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Tomas Maltby (King’s College London)
The Geopolitics of Functional Cooperation. Lessons from the external governance of the EU’s Renewable Energy Policies
Aron Buzogány (Freie Universität Berlin)


11:00-11:30 Coffee break

11:30-13:00 Next steps of the collaboration

13:00-14:00 Farewell lunch

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