The second part of the Post-Copenhagen Panel Series hosted by the Environment Society and Oikos London will be taking place on Friday 26 February 2010, 17.30-19.30 in U8, Tower 1.

The issue of ‘common but differentiated responsibilities’ and the role of developing countries in climate change mitigation continues to be one of the biggest challenges on the road to establishing a global deal on the climate, and the question is WHAT WILL HAPPEN NOW?

Come and see what the experts have to say on this controversial topic!

Topics discussed will include Technology transfer, Mitigation, Renewables, REDD and Adaptation.

It is looking to be a FANTASTIC panel discussion with high-profile speakers including

Jeremy Leggett – Author of ‘The Carbon War: Global Warming and the End of the Oil Era’ and executive chairman of Solar Century

Camilla Toulmin – Director of the International Institute for Environment and Development

José Alberto Garibaldi – Climate Change Advisor to DEFRA, Peru and Mexico

The panel will be chaired by LSE’s very own Michael Mason.

Each speaker will have a 15-20 minute presentation, leaving plenty of time for you to ask them questions!

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