Delhi, India: IPCC AR5: What it means for a stronger, more inclusive India

CDKN is collaborating with the Government of India and the IPCC together with local partners TERI and the Business Council for Sustainable Development (BCSD) to bring the key messages of the Fifth Assessment Report to audiences in India at this event in New Delhi.
When Aug 05, 2014 01:00 AM to
Aug 06, 2014 09:00 AM
Where India Habitat Centre Silver Oak Hall, Delhi
Attendees Shobhakar Dhakal, Coordinating Lead Author Chapter 12 "Human settlements, infrastructure and spatial planning"
Navroz Dubash, Lead Author Chapter 15 "National and subnational policies and institutions"
Joyashree Roy, Coordinating Lead Author Chapter 10 "Industry"
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This is one of six events throughout July-August 2014 in African and Asian countries, which aim to facilitate discussions among leaders in government, academia, business and civil society on the implications of the Fifth Assessment for their national context. In this high-profile event, expert authors from the IPCC will present and discuss a range of topics including:

•   What is the world’s climate change pathway? How might India climate look in the future?
•   Exposure and vulnerability to climate change, including natural disasters: India’s prospects
•   Emission trends and opportunities for low carbon development
•   Securing climate finance for mitigation that delivers benefits for climate adaptation and resilience

Throughout the sessions, there will be ample interactive question-and-answer sessions with the audience.


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IPCC Working Group III
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