The conference on climate change, known as COP21, was held in Paris in december. The 195 countries came to an agreement which some analysts have dubbed as an historic success, given its importance when setting out the rules of the game on global climate policy as of 2020. Meanwhile, others are arguing that hardly any relevant progress has been made. What were the key features of the agreement? Why have there been differing interpretations of the same deal?
Ibon Galarraga, researcher at the Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3), will be the speaker at this talk entitled “The Paris Summit, an Historic Outcome?”. This conference, which forms part of the Zientziateka programme, will take place at 7pm on 26 January at Azkuna Zentroa and it will be in Spanish.
Zientziateka is a monthly initiative organised by the Chair of Scientific Culture of the University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU and Azkuna Zentroa to raise awareness of current scientific matters.
Tickets should be collected from the Azkuna Zentroa Information Point from 1 January. Free entry will be subject to available seating.