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Report from Marrakech: UMN at the U.N. COP22 Global Climate Negotiations

December 28, 2016Megan ButlerEventsComments Off on Report from Marrakech: UMN at the U.N. COP22 Global Climate Negotiations

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Report from Marrakech: UMN at the U.N. COP22 Global Climate Negotiations

A panel of graduate students and three faculty leaders of the International Climate Change Policy-Morocco COP22 Study Abroad program will discuss their experience and takeaways from the recent U.N. international climate negotiations gathering in Marrakech, Morocco in November 2016, to be followed by Q & A.  Professors Ellen Anderson, Melissa Hortman, and Gabe Chan along with several graduate students will speak and take questions.
Hear first-hand the inside story from the U.N. climate talks in Marrakech from students and faculty-study abroad.  Bring your lunch and join the discussion on the latest global climate negotiations–and what it means for the U.S. and MN.  How does the U.S. election affect international cooperation on climate change? Find out at this student-faculty panel discussion.
Time:  12 Noon-1 pm, Wed. Jan. 25
Location:  Institute on the Environment, LES-380 Seminar Room, (St. Paul campus)
Brown bag:  bring your lunch; beverages and cookies will be provided.

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The Energy Transition Lab is a strategic initiative of the University of Minnesota's Institute on the Environment in partnership with the Law School.
Funding for the Energy Transition Lab is primarily provided by the Institute on the Environment. Other funders include McKnight Foundation, Energy Foundation, Carolyn Foundation, US Department of Energy, Wind Energy Foundation and the University of California Berkeley Energy and Climate Institute. Support for energy storage work is provided by the Minneapolis Foundation, Great River Energy, Mortenson Construction, AES Corporation, Next Era Energy Resources, and General Electric. Funders have no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of any manuscript.