Ottawa Climate Talks
Enlarge image (© German Embassy Ottawa) The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany launched the discussion series Ottawa Climate Talks in June 2015, in the run-up to the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris at the end of 2015 (COP 21). The Embassy started the discussion series to strengthen the German-Canadian dialogue on renewable energies and climate change.
Christian Hochfeld, Director of Agora Verkehrswende
The role of electrifying the transportation sector to stop Climate Change
Previous speakers were:
Arne Jungjohann, policy analyst, energy expert and author of Energy Democracy
Energy Democracy: How citizens can shape Canada’s Renewable Future
Jürgen Trittin, MdB Green Party and former Federal Minister of the Environment
Manfred Fischedick, Vice President at the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
Let’s talk deep decarbonization! A climate vision for 2050
Dr. Camilla Bausch, Director of Ecologic Institute
Climate Change and Innovation: A post-Paris Agenda
Rainer Hinrichs-Rahlwes, Vice-President of European Renewable Energies Federation
Renewables in a post COP21 world: are they really competitive?
Sabrina Schulz, Head of the Berlin office of Third Generation Environmentalism (E3G)
Post COP21: Towards climate leadership?
Prof. Dr. Klaus Töpfer, former Executive Director of UNEP and Federal Minister of the Environment
Ahead of Paris: Towards a new global climate deal
Prof. Dr. Anders Levermann, Professor of Dynamics of the Climate System; Potsdam Institute for Climate Impacts Research; and Lead Author of Sea Level Change Chapter for the IPCC
Ahead of Paris: The Role of Science in Shaping Future Climate Policy
Andreas Kraemer, Founder & Director Emeritus of Ecologic Institute in Berlin, and Founding Chairman of Ecologic Institute US
Germany in the Global Energy Transformation – Taking Stock before the Paris Climate Summit
Michael Mehling, Executive Director, Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Getting to Strong Climate Policies: Global lessons for a Climate Deal in Paris