03 September 2019 - 04 September 2019
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research - building A56

PEP1.5 Final Symposium

ENE scientists participate in the PEP1.5 Final Symposium: Archetypes of decarbonisation pathways and climate policy entry points to raise ambition at PIK.

 This project is jointly developed by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC) and NewClimate Institute, and aims to develop a scientific and policy relevant assessment of the long-term goal to limit global temperature increase to 1.5°C in the Paris Agreement.

This meeting is set in place as a way to create a forum for discussion about the topic of archetypes of transformation pathways as well as appropriate policy entry points. The aims of the meeting are to:

  • Produce results for AR6:
    • on the question of archetypes of transitions
    • on the question on early entry points for climate policy
  • Produce input to UN Climate Summit in New York and the question of how to strengthen ambition.

The intended audience for this meeting are policy makers and members of the scientific community who are working to produce results for AR6 (including AR6 authors from diverse chapters and backgrounds, IPCC representatives).

For more information on the PEP1.5 project, click here.

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Keywan Riahi

Program Director

Energy Climate and Environment

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Bas van Ruijven

Research Group Leader

Sustainable Service Systems

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Narasimha Rao

Senior Research Scholar

Transformative Institutional and Social Solutions

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