The goal of this Science Policy Dialogue, organised by German Institute of Development and Sustainability (IDOS) and by the University of Bonn, is to discuss insights from the latest policy-relevant research on climate action. We invite you to join us to reflect on the lessons learnt and how we can put them into practice in the context of the UNFCCC negotiations and beyond.


18:00 - Welcome and Input

  • Actual and Perceived Support for Climate Action from Around the World: Lessons for Climate Policy
      (Teodora Boneva, University of Bonn, Department of Economics)
  • The Support for Carbon Pricing: Potential of Revenue Recycling to Promote Climate Action
       (Daniele Malerba, IDOS, Senior Researcher)
  • Making Use of Trade Policy to Promote Climate Action
       (Clara Brandi, IDOS/University of Bonn)
  • Status of Climate Action Worldwide - Requirements for 2035 National Climate Targets
        (Niklas Höhne, NewClimate Institute/ Wageningen University)

19:00 - Discussion
19:30 - Informal Exchange and Coffee


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