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UNFCCC CISDL Workshop on the Implementation of the Paris Agreement: Investment & Oceans

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The Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL) and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Secretariat (UNFCCC) willl hold a Workshop on International Law & Governance Contributions to the Implementation of the UNFCCC Paris Agreement with a special focus on Investment and Oceans.

The workshop will take place as a half-day long event to present viewpoints of leading international and national legal experts in the spheres of climate change impacts in investments and oceans.

The workshop with consist of the following two panels:

1) Panel discussions of the application of the Paris Agreement and Katowice Rulebook to date, focusing on advancing ambition and compliance on climate change as well as governance accomplishments and changes; and

2) Panel discussions focusing on Climate Law & Governance Innovations for Sustainable Investment & Resilient Oceans, with expert presentations on these interrelationships. These topics, which are heavily linked in terms of policy and practice at many levels, are the subject of discussion due to their importance in the post-Paris Agreement and Katowice Rulebook international community and for the upcoming policy discussions and decisions to occur at the UNFCCC CoP 25 in Santiago, Chile in December 2019. During the panels, experts will review the working papers generated by the CISDL -UNFCCC team as well as presenting their own areas of work and experience.

The goal of this workshop is to bring together leading experts, researchers, academics and other key actors to identify the critical issues in each of the topic areas. The workshop will aim to provide a thorough understanding of the issues facing global and national communities at CoP25 and beyond while also providing a sense of direction to move the dialogue surrounding these issues forward.

This talk is part of the Climate Law and Governance series.

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