At a side event organized by the European Climate Foundation (that’s Dr. Beth Sawin of Sustainability Institute’s Climate Interactive program speaking at it next to Murray Ward of Climate Strategies), all the scientific teams laid out their approaches, explored methodological challenges, and imagined possible increased coordination.
Bert Metz, Joerg Haas, Ramzi Elias, European Climate Foundation
Kilaparti Ramakrishna, UNEP
Bill Hare and Niklas Hohne, Climate Analytics, Ecofys, Potsdam/PIK
Murray Ward, Climate Strategies
Beth Sawin, Climate Interactive, Sustainability Institute
Marcel Brinkman, McKinsey Consulting
One of the key slides is above.
The European Climate Foundation further organized an off-site meeting of the groups to continue the conversation. It showed great foresight and leadership by ECF to make it happen.
Next steps: how to include non-US-and-EU perspectives on the “state of the global deal?”