Fair Climate Policy at Global and Regional Level?
Final Conference of the Project “The Role of Structural Change and Distributional Effects” (ROCHADE)
Do ambitious climate policies prevent economic development? Do rising CO2 prices burden poor households in the global South in particular? These questions will be discussed with leading international scholars researching the development and distributional impacts of climate policy and the transformation of the global energy system.
9:30–9:45 Opening Remarks – Prof. Gabriel Felbermayr, WU Vienna, WIFO
9:45–10:30 Mitigation policies in a globalized and developing world: the role of structural change and distributional effects (ROCHADE) – Prof. Jan Steckel, BTU Cottbus, MCC
10:45–11:15 Putin’s war, distributional justice and climate policy options – Lessons from an optimal
taxation model for Germany – Prof. Ottmar Edenhofer, TU Berlin, MCC, PIK
11:15–11:45 Global energy regime complexity: the challenges ahead – Prof. Eugénia da Conceição-Heldt, TU Munich
11:45–12:15 Feasibility of climate change mitigation in the real world – Prof. Jessica Jewell, Chalmers University of Technology
Later on that day there will be a high-profile panel discussion in German.
Wearing an FFP2 mask is no longer mandatory in all public areas and at events. This also eliminates the need to require a PCR test that is no more than 48 hours old from all participants instead of an FFP2 mask requirement. Of course, the mask can still be worn voluntarily, it is still recommended.
Since there is a limited number of seats in Ceremonial Hall 2, the “First Come First Served” principle applies when choosing a seat.
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