15:00 CET
December 15, 14:00 (CET)
November 14
COP 28
A farewell to fossil fuels?
Live webinar
15:00 (CET)
What We’ll Discuss
What did COP28 mean to the world’s sustainability? Many activists believe that having a COP in an oil-producing state is counterintuitive – going as far as to say that its outcomes could be a stitch-up managed by fossil fuel producers. However, COP28 is the first COP to have produced a final communique mentioning the need to transition away from fossil fuels.
Role of fossil fuel producers in the consensus and pledges in global decarbonization goals?
Key features of the past COP28 and the most vital questions discussed
What needs to be changed at different levels after COP28?
What will be the consequences of the adopted documents and commitments?
What did COP 28 change for further track? What are the main successes and disappointments?
“Transition away”, methane emissions, technology neutrality and carbon capture, carbon markets, nuclear energy, adaptation, climate finance, consumption side and other issues - what will be their impact?
Our speakers
Guest Speaker
Dr James Henderson has worked at the Oxford Institute of Energy Studies since 2010 and in that time he has acted as Head of Gas Research and also as Head of Energy Transition Research. He is now a Research Fellow focused on global environmental diplomacy, green energy industrial policy, energy geopolitics, and the role of CIS energy in the global energy economy. He is also following developments in the nuclear industry.

Dr. Henderson is an Honorary Professor at Warwick and Dundee Universities, a visiting professor at Masaryk University in the Czech Republic, and at the College of Europe, Natolin in Warsaw. He received his PhD from London University in 2010. He is the author of three books on developments in CIS energy markets and numerous papers and book chapters on a wide range of energy issues.
Tatiana is a research fellow at CGEP, Columbia University, Professor at SciencesPo Paris, and Founder and Director of the New Energy Advancement Hub (NEAH).
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