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EFIEA Policy Workshop
18-19 April 2000, Amsterdam

Briefing

  
The Second European Forum for International Environmental Assessment (EFIEA) Climate Workshop, "From Kyoto to the Hague - European Perspectives on Making the Kyoto Protocol Work", took place 18-19 April 2000 at the Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences, Amsterdam. Sponsored by the Dutch National Research Programme on Global Air Pollution and Climate Change, this international workshop was attended by 100 participants, including scientists, policy makers, and industry and NGO representatives. The workshop aimed to bring together state-of-the-art scientific information from European research that is relevant for the European Union (EU) and its member states in preparing for the 6th Conference of the Parties to the Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP-6) and to enhance the policy relevance of climate-related research in Europe. The workshop was divided into four thematic sessions: Kyoto Mechanisms, sinks, implementation issues and European international climate strategies/leadership. Each session was introduced by a keynote paper that was then followed by panel and plenary discussions. The final session of the workshop concluded with an overall summary by the workshop Chair.

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Farhana Yamin, FIELD, UK presents a paper on Kyoto Mechanisms: Key Issues for Policy-makers for COP-6
L-R: Adam Rose, Pennsylvannia State University, Stephan Singer, WWF Intl., Switzerland, Farhana Yamin, FIELD, UK, Carlo Carraro, FEEM, Italy, Mike Wriglesworth, BP-Amoco, UK, and Sylviane Gastaldo, Ministry of Economics and Finance, France, participate in a panel on Kyoto Mechanisms
Jos Delbeke, EU Directorate-General, Environment, asks a question on the Kyoto Mechanisms at the workshop
Bernard Schlamadinger, Joanneum Research, Austria, presents a paper on Sinks
L-R:  Klaus Radunsky, Federal Environment Agency, Austria, Pedro MouraCosta, EcoSecurities, UK, Leo Meyer, Ministry for the Environment, the Netherlands, Sible Sch�ne, WWF Netherlands, and Bernhard Schlamadinger, Joanneum Research, Austria participate in a panel discussion on Sinks
Sebastian Oberth�r, Ecologic, Germany presents a paper on Implementation issues
ZhongXiang Zhang, University of Groningen, the Netherlands discusses climate issues with Hans-Eike von Scholz, DG Transport and Energy, EU
Joyeeta Gupta, Amsterdam Free University, prepares for her presentation on EU leadership
Peter Read, Massey University, New Zealand discusses biofuel opportunities with Jos Delbeke, DG Environment, EU

bulletAnnouncement and Call for Papers

bulletProgramme of Work for the Workshop

bulletPolicy Questions Addressed by the Workshop

bullet Authors of Papers

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