7th Annual Meeting of LCS-RNet in Paris, France
■ Date : 15-16 June 2015
■ Venue : Collège des Bernardins , 20, Rue de Poissy 75005 Paris, France
■ Theme : Towards an equitable low carbon development: a science policy dialog for COP21
■ Host :
The French Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development, and Energy
The International Research Center on Environment and Development (CIRED)
■ Cooperation :
The French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME)
The Chair «Long term modeling and sustainable development» (ENPC-Mines Paristech)
■ Meeting Agenda
■ LCS-RNet Statement for COP21
■ Special issue of ENEA ( outcome of 6th LCS-RNet Annual Meeting in Rome, edited by ENEA )
LCS-RNet held its seventh Annual Meeting on Jun 15 and 16 at Paris, France. 80 participants from 15 countries includeing three international organizations and an aid agency attended the LCS-RNet meeting.
The Meeting focused on the issues of COP21 as well as on visions for the transformation of the energy system, spatial dynamics and decarbonisation, international collaboration toward a low-carbon society, and financing transition.
The outcomes of each sessions was compiled into the Statement and Synthesis Reports. The Statement was announced and reported at the LCS-RNet joint session in ” Our Common Future under Climate Change ” held in July 2015 in Paris, and also will be announced at the UNFCCC COP21 in the yearend.
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The label was put on the Meeting Agenda and other distributions at the meeting.
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