COP23 Side Event – Ships, Planes and Paris: Clearly navigating to 1.5°C
This event was kindly hosted at the South African pavilion during the COP23 negotiations in Bonn: Tuesday, November 14th from 10:00-11:45
The responsibility to address the growing climate impact of aviation and shipping falls on the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the International Maritime Organization (IMO). This side event discussed and reflected on the benefits of climate risk disclosure for each sector, the creation of clear decarbonisation pathways, and the identification of where coordination is needed between the Paris Agreement, ICAO and IMO.
- Moving beyond efficiency, Patric Pütz, Deutsche Post DHL Group
- How pricing your carbon risk can play a role to decarbonize shipping, Carlo Raucci, University College of London
- Transparency of action outside the UNFCCC, Kelsey Perlman, Carbon Market Watch
Jason Anderson, ClimateWorks Foundation
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