Quantifying the sectoral and national impacts of the INDCs and the role of carbon price policies

Date: November 14


Time: 5pm – 7pm
Location: Blue Zone – Francophone Pavilion
Organisers: I4CE, Enerdata, AFD

Event Summary

This roundtable event will examine the main criteria to guide policy makers towards more efficient and relevant choices in climate and energy policies to engage and support the transition to a low carbon economy and to achieve mitigation objectives. The event will focus particularly on emerging and developing countries that are interested in implementing carbon pricing policies to pursue low-carbon growth models.

 Moderator: Dr. Cyril CASSISA | Project manager, Enerdata France

Speakers :

  • Yasmine ARSALANE | Project manager, Enerdata, France
  • Emilie ALBEROLA | Program Director Energy and Industry, I4CE – Institute for Climate Economics
  • Thomas ROULLEAU | Project manager Energy, Agence Française de Développement (AFD)

Presentations are only available in French.

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