• 06
    Jun
    2014
  • 08
    Jun
    2014
Expert meeting
The third meeting of the structured expert dialogue on the 2013-2015 review (SED3)

Time:

15:00 - 18:00

Room:

Saal Schumann

Venue:

Maritim Hotel

City:

Bonn

Country:

Germany

6 June 15.00-18.00 SED3 - part 1

7 June 10.00-13.00 SED3 - part 2

8 June 10.00-13.00 SED3 - part 3

8 June 15.00-18.00 SED3 - part 4

The goal of SED 3 is to make a contribution to the assessment of the adequacy of the long-term global goal and the overall progress made towards achieving it, to the extent possible, on the basis of the IPCC AR5 WGII and the AR5 WGIII.

Information on the third structured expert dialogue on the 2013-2015 review: Note by the co-facilitators

Agenda

Summary report of SED3

PART 1: Friday, 6 June (15.00–18.00 hrs)

Webcast

Scene-setting
Chris Field The overarching findings and new approaches of AR5 WGII that are relevant to both themes of the 2013–2015 review
Theme 1
Joern Birkmann Human interference with the climate system in view of a long-term global goal assuming various upper limits of global warming 
Christian Huggel Observed global impacts and projected key sectoral risk, and potential and opportunities for adaptation 
Penny Urquhart Observed regional impacts and projected key regional risks, and potential and opportunities for adaption 
Hans-Otto Pörtner Impacts on the world oceans 

PART 2: Saturday, 7 June (10.00–13.00 hrs)

Webcast

Theme 2
Lennart Olsson Links between socioeconomic pathways and climate change risks – views from the poor 
Purnamita Dasgupta Rural areas and human settlements 
Balgis Osman-Elasha Adaptation options, needs, opportunities and associated costs 
Asunción Lera St. Clare Climate-resilient pathways: relationship between adaptation, mitigation, and sustainable development 

PART 3: Sunday, 8 June (10.00–13.00 hrs)

Webcast

Scene-setting
Ottmar Edenhofer Overarching presentation on findings and new approaches of AR5 WGIII relevant for the review 
Theme 1
Volker Krey and Detlef van Vuuren Transformation pathways and limiting warming to specific levels, notably a global mean warming of 2°C or 1.5°C relative to pre-industrial levels
Joyashree Roy Sectoral and cross-sectoral mitigation
Axel Michaelowa

Performance of climate policies and climate finance on the international, regional and national level

PART 4: Sunday, 8 June (15.00–18.00 hrs)

Webcast

Theme 2
Gabriel Blanco Trends in stocks and flows of greenhouse gases and their drivers
Sivan Kartha Climate mitigation policy and value judgment and ethical and equity concepts in the context of sustainable development
Luis Gómez-Echeverri Cross-cutting investment and finance issues with a view to assessing the progress made towards achieving the long-term global goal
Other meetings of the structured expert dialogue on the 2013-2015 review:

First meeting of the structured expert dialogue (SED1)
Second meeting of the structured expert dialogue (SED2)
Fourth meeting of the structured expert dialogue (SED4)

Language:

English
Mandated event