Copenhagen Climate Event Livestream

from Wildlife Promise

By Larry J. Schweiger

Livestreamed Copenhagen Event at http://fora.tv/live/gmf/Credible_Global_Carbon_Market.  At 9:00am (CET) on Wednesday, December 16, the German Marshall Fund and the Nicholas Institute at Duke University will livestream an event at the COP 15 conference in Copenhagen entitled “Designing a Transparent and Credible Global Carbon Market.”

Patrick Woodcock, Office of Senator Olympia Snowe; Jos Delbeke, Deputy Director-General of Environment, European Commission; Nigel Purvis, Senior GMF Fellow and President of Climate Advisers; and Alberto Moreno, President of the Inter-American Development Bank will participate in a moderated discussion on emerging U.S. climate & energy legislation, carbon market transparency and oversight, and prospects for linking a U.S. emissions trading program with other programs, including in Europe. Tim Profeta from Duke University will moderate.

This important event will be livestreamed at http://fora.tv/live/gmf/Credible_Global_Carbon_Market