Communicating Climate Change and the Policy Process

Communicating Climate Change and the Policy Process

Miranda A. Schreurs
Freie Universität Berlin

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May 20, 2014
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  1. Communicating Climate Change and the Policy Process Miranda A. Schreurs

    Freie Universität Berlin
  2. 20 Years of Climate Negotiations (Rio- Kyoto-Doha)

  3. Understanding the Science

  4. What does it mean? 1850: 280 ppm 1990: 350 ppm

    2012: 390 ppm 2050: 450 ppm????
  5. Deutschlands Energiewende–

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  8. Industrial Innovators Green Growth Green Jobs Recycling Society Renewables Energy

    Efficiency Low Carbon Cities
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  10. Pioneers -100% Renewable Regions

  11. Bottrop Innovation City: Reduce CO2 Emissions by 50% from 2010

    to 2020 in a city region of 70,000 http://www.bottrop.de/microsite/ic/Projekte/index.php
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  13. Science, Uncertainty, Technology, Excitement Smart Grids Storage systems Energy Plus

    Housing….
  14. Science, Technology, and Public Acceptance

  15. Science, Technology, and Public Acceptance

  16. Covenant of Mayors: 4,602 mayors: 175.7 million residents The Covenant

    of Mayors, a European movement of local and regional authorities, voluntarily committing to increasing energy efficiency and use of renewable energy sources. Aim is to meet and exceed the European Union 20% CO 2 reduction objective by 2020.
  17. Climate Science, Cities of the Future: European Green Capital Competition

    Stockholm, Sweden: 2010 Hamburg, Germany: 2011 Vitoria Gasteiz, Basque, Spain: 2012 Nantes, France: 2013 Copenhagen, Denmark: 2014