The Role of Sub-National Actors in Climate Policy: Discussing the cases of Tokyo and Paris
The Center for Asian Studies and the Center for Energy organize a roundtable on the climate policy of sub-national actors.
Hitomi ROPPONGI, a Japanese visiting researcher at Ifri will present her work on the climate policy of Tokyo, and more specifically on the carbon market implemented in 2010 and the conditions of its success.
Yann FRANCOISE, Head of Unit, Climate-Energy and Circular Economy, Division of Green Spaces and Environment, Urban Ecology Agency of Paris, will present the experience of Paris, and particularly the measures taken within the framework of its Climate Plan.
Finally, Takashi HATTORI, Head of Unit, Environment and Climate Change, Energy Environment Division, International Energy Agency, will offer broader considerations on the role of sub-national actors in climate policy.
Co-chairing: Gabrielle DESARNAUD, Research Fellow, Center for Energy, Ifri and Céline PAJON, Research Fellow, Center for Asian Studies, Ifri.
The debate will be held in English.
Closed-door roundtable, with limited seats available.
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