"Below two degrees": annual conference of Climate-Service-Center
"Without a fair and comprehensive integration of the big industrialising countries within this decade, the limit of two degrees becomes an objective lacking the means", Klingenfeld says. The aim of limiting global warming to two degrees above the pre-industrial age corresponds to, in the perspective of physics, a global budget of emissions for the next decades. This calls for fair burdensharing.
The CSC puts four questions in the center of it's conference: Which policies must be tackled? How can companies be transformed in order to reduce emissions? How expensive is the two-degrees-goal for business and society, and what is the cost of inaction? Why is it so hard for people to live environmentally conscious even though they know the consequences?Here you find the programme of the conference