Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change
Met Office, Exeter, UK, 1-3 Feb 2005
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Day 3: 3 February 2005
0830-0900 Coffee
Session 3: What options are there for achieving stabilisation of greenhouse gases at different stabilisation concentrations in the atmosphere, taking into account costs and uncertainties?
Technological options (Chair: Luiz Gylvan Meira Filho)
0900-0920 How, and at what costs, can low-level stabilisation be achieved? - An overview (Bert Metz)
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0920-0940 Stabilization Wedges: Mitigation Tools for the Next Half-Century (Robert Socolow)
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0940-1000 Costs and Technology Role for Different Levels of CO2 Concentration Stabilization (Toshimasa Tomoda)
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1000-1015 Induced Technological Change in the Stabilisation of Carbon Dioxide Concentrations in the Atmosphere : Scenarios using a large-scale econometric model (Terry Barker / Rachel Warren)
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1015-1030 We need a development model of
low emission (Zhou Dadi)
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1030-1050 Coffee break
1050-1110 Two-Degrees of Climate Change (Jae Edmonds)
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1110-1130 Bio-energy with carbon storage (BECS): a sequential decision approach to the threat of abrupt climate change (Peter Read)
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1130-1145 Scope for Future CO2 Emission Reductions from Electricity Generation through the Deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage Technologies (John Gibbins)
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1145-1245 Discussion and conclusions
1245-1415 Lunch
1415-1515 Session 4: Research requirements - Panel discussion (Chair: John Schellnhuber)
1515-1530 Coffee break
1530-1645 Session 5: Conference conclusions

Day 1: 1 Feb 2005


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