COP25 UN Side event
Madrid, 12 December, 2019 – h. 18:00‐20:00 CET
A side event organized by JPI Climate and CMCC Foundation Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC) in collaboration with ERA4CS and SINCERE. The event offers an opportunity for open dialogue with our European and international partners on the value of European climate research. Reliable data, scientifically valid scenarios, climate services that take into account the most advanced scientific knowledge are essential for the adoption of effective policies and that allow to adequately respond to international commitments such as the Paris Agreement on Climate. JPI Climate is a joint programming initiative to which 18 European countries adhere. Platform for the exchange and cooperation of scientific knowledge on Climate, JPI Climate operates in close relationship with the European Commission and is directly involved in various international cooperation projects.
Welcome – Sergio Costa, Italian Ministry of Environment, Land and Sea
What is in the JPI Climate pipeline to implement the Paris Agreement against the background of the EU Green Deal?
An introduction to the JPI Climate partnership by Chair Frank McGovern and Member of Executive Committee Antonio Navarra including flashlights on key activities:
- climate services: ERA4CS and AXIS programmes
- international research cooperation strengthened via SINCERE
- investments in climate science: with Belmont Forum and JPI Oceans
- focus on societal transformation since 2013: SOLSTICE
How Europe is addressing the challenge to deliver state-of-the-art knowledge on climate adaptation and low-carbon pathways?
A dialogue to facilitate knowledge co-creation with policy, scientists, business and other stakeholders
- Myles Allen, University of Oxford
- Karsten Hess, Federal Ministry of Education and Research/Germany
- Ray Kopp, Resources for the Future
- José L. Muñoz-Bonet, EIT Climate-KIC Spain
- Nadia Pinardi, University of Bologna
- Maria José Sanz, Basque Centre for Climate Change, Leioa (tbc)
CMCC Foundation, Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC)