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Risk control: Better governing climate risks for people and the planet

Saturday 13 november 2021 15:15 - 16:15
Overshooting the objective of limiting global warming to 1.5 °C would pose severe climate risks to developing and developed countries alike. Today's global governance framework contains serious gaps restricting its ability to integrate the full range of policy and technological responses that could reduce the impact of climate risks on people and the planet. This session will examine ways to build an effective, robust, and integrated strategy to reduce risks from possible climate overshoot while maintaining a central focus on emissions reductions.
Stage D
Better governing the global commons: climate, biodiversity, oceans, outer space

Speakers (4)

Olivier Morton
Briefings Editor

The Economist

Laurence Tubiana
President and CEO

European Climate Foundation

Veronica Scotti
Chairperson Public Sector Solutions

Swiss Re

Arunabha Ghosh
Founder and CEO

The Council on Energy, Environment and Water

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