CdP 23 Bonn (CCNUCC)


For the COP23 in Bonn, the CIDCE organizes 3 official side events labelled COP23. They will take place the 09, 10 and 11 November 2017. Please find the links to download the programs below followed by the entire programs listed in chronological order


Please click on the link corresponding to the official side event labeled COP23 to download the program:


09 November 2017 18:15-20:15 Turkey Pavillon (Zone BONN)




10 November 2017 09:00-10:30 at the Pavillon de l’Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (Zone BONN)





11 November 2017 09:00-17:00 at the NEES Institute (Nees Institut für Biodiversität der Pflanzen of the University of Bonn – Meckenheimer Allee 170, 53115 Bonn. Opposite the Bonn Botanical Garden – GoogleMaps link HERE)


Programs listed in entirety in chronological order:

COP23 Side Event

Implementing the Paris Agreement despite Trump White House: Equity, compliance, transparency & ethics of NDCs
Different perspectives on compliance after the Trump Administration pull-out from the Paris Agreement: 4 organizations exchange on Equity, compliance, transparency & ethics of NDCs with time allotted for interaction with the public.

Thu, 09 Nov 2017
18:15-20:15
Room: Turkey Pavilion

Lead applicant: Centre international de droit comparé de l’environnement (CIDCE), by Ms. Eleanor Mitch.

Co-applicant: Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), by Ms. Vijeta Rattani.

Co-applicant: Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium (PERC), by Mr. Donald Brown.

Co-applicant: University of Lapland, by Mr. Sébastien Duyck.

PROGRAM

1) The Future of Paris Agreement post US exit- Exploring the leadership dimension
Dr. Vijeta RATTANI, cseindia.org (India)

2) Brazilian Environmental Policy, regression and combatting Climate Change
José Antônio Tietzmann e Sliva
CIDCE National Focal Point in Brazil; Environmental Lawyer (Rede Gaia, Brazil); Professor-researcher, University Federal de Goiás (Brazil) and the School of Law and International Relations of the PUC Goiás (Brazil).

3) Accountability, Risk and Climate Justice: Accelerating Action in the Age of Trump
Carroll MUFFETT
President & CEO, Center for International Environmental Law

4) Finnish Climate Act, its objective and instruments
Erkki Hollo
Professor Dr. of Environmental Law, Chairman of the Finnisch Society for Environmental Law
(Finland)

PROGRAMME CIDCE-OIF
Pavillon de l’OIF à la COP23 le 10 novembre 2017 de 9h00 à 10h30

Modérateur et Président de la Table Ronde :
1) TIETZMANN E SILVA,José

, Professeur à l’Université Fédérale de Goiás (Brésil) et Correspondant national du CIDCE au Brésil.
« Les actions des gouvernements sous-nationaux au bénéfice de la lutte contre les changements climatiques au Brésil ».

2) MARTINS DE ARAÚJO, Luciane

, Professeur à la Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Goiás, membre du CIDCE (Brésil).
« La protection de l’environnement et l’exploitation minière au Brésil »

3) ASSI, Driss

. Professeur d’économie, Université Cadi Ayyad, Marrakech (Maroc)
« Economie verte : quelles opportunités de lutte contre la pauvreté au Maroc? »

4) VERDINI, Bruno

. Directeur Exécutif du Programme de Négociation MIT – Harvard – Mexique, Directeur Assistant du Collaboratif d’Impact Scientifique à MIT, et Maître de Conférence au Département de la Planification Urbaine au Massachussetts Institute of Technology (MIT) (États-Unis/Mexique)

« Construire d’avantages avant des pré-requis: Défier les probabilités dans les accords environnementaux sur les cours transfrontaliers d’eaux ».

5) LAVOREL, Sabine

. Sabine LAVOREL, Maître de conférences en Droit international public, Université Grenoble Alpes, Centre de Recherches Juridiques (CRJ) (France).
« Les stratégies françaises dans le Pacifique sud face aux changements climatiques » ;

6) TORRE SCHAUB, Marta

. Directrice de recherche au CNRS – Institut de recherches juridique et philosophiques de la Sorbonne UMR 8103-Université Paris 1 Directrice du Réseau Droit et Changement Climatique (France).
« Les nouvelles dynamiques juridiques du changement climatique : état de lieux en France »

Chaque intervenant aura 10 minutes de présentation et nous aurons 30 minutes pour échanges avec le public.



11 NOV 2017 INSTITUT NEES (Opposite the Bonn Botanical Garden)


COP 23 Official Off-site Side Event
“Environmental Governance Implementation Challenges of the Paris Agreement”

Date: Nov. 11, 2017 from 09:00-18:00
Place: Nees Institut für Biodiversität der Pflanzen of the University of Bonn
Meckenheimer Allee 170, 53115 Bonn

09h00 Opening: The CIDCE and this Side Event


José Antônio TIETZMANN E SILVA
Luciane MARTINS DE ARAÚJO

09h15 1st Panel – Climate Governance

09h15 Testing the Ways to Effective Agreements: Enhancing Non-Regression in Practice.


Bruno VERDINI

Executive Director MIT – Harvard Mexico Negotiation Program
Assistant Director – MIT Science Impact Collaborative
Co-Founder – Concentration in Negotiation and Leadership at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Lecturer in Urban Planning and Negotiation at the Department of Urban Studies and Planning – MIT
(USA/Mexico)


09h30 Global Energy Governance within International Climate Law


Blanche LORMETEAU

Law PhD, University of Vannes, laboratory Lab-LEX, member of the steering committee of the Network Law and Climate Change (France)


09h45 4 steps in formulating a NDC to comply with Paris Agreement’s equity requirements


Donald A. BROWN

Scholar in Residence and Professor, Sustainability Ethics and Law,
Widener University Commonwealth Law School (USA)

10h00 Paris Agreement Implementation in Brazil


Luciane MARTINS DE ARAÚJO

CIDCE member, Environmental Lawyer (Rede Gaia, Brazil); Professor, School of Law and International Relations, PUC Goiás (Brazil)

10h15 Cities and Climate Change


José Antônio TIETZMANN E SILVA

CIDCE National Focal Point in Brazil; Environmental Lawyer (Rede Gaia, Brazil); Professor-researcher, University Federal de Goiás (Brazil) and the School of Law and International Relations of the PUC Goiás (Brazil).

10h30 Delivering sustainability through data driven law: pros and cons


Alexandra ARAGÃO

Professor at the Faculty of Law and Researcher at the Instituto Jurídico of the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra (Portugal)

10h45 Indicators of good practices in climate projects


Titi SOENTORO

Executive Director of Aksi! for gender, social and ecological justice and a member of APWLD (Asia Pacific Forum on Women Law and Development) Regional Council (Indonesia)

11h00 The Future of Paris Agreement post US pull-out


Dr. Vijeta RATTANI

Centre for Science and Environment
cseindia.org (India)

11h30 Lunch break

14h00 2nd Panel

Environmental Liability, Climate Change and Human Rights


14h00 Liability and Climate Responsibility of States: solution for the victims of climate change or misleading strategy?

Sabine LAVOREL

Associate professor in International Public Law,
Grenoble Alpes University, Center for Law Studies
(France)

14h15 Emerging Rights in a Climate Justice context: the climate cases approach


Marta TORRE-SCHAUB

Senior Professor Fellow at the CNRS,
Director of the Researcher Network “Droit et changement climatique”
(France)

14h30 The Green Economy: What Opportunities to Combat Poverty in Morocco?


Driss ASSI

Professor of economics at the University Cadi Ayyad, Marrakech
(Morocco)

14h45 Rights of individuals to act in favour of the environment


Erkki HOLLO

Professor Dr. of Environmental Law, Chairman of the Finnisch Society for Environmental Law
(Finland)

15h00 Environmental citizenship: a fundamental human right indissociably linked to the right of a healthy environment


Shérazade ZAITER

Founder & Partner at SZ, CIDCE Member, PhD candidate at the CRIDEAU, Centre de Recherche Interdisciplinaire en Droit de l’Environnement et de l’Aménagement Urbain), Faculty of Law of Limoges (France)
15h15 Debate. Exchanges with the room
15h30 Closing of the Side Event
15h45 Visiting the Botanical Garden