This event has an academic focus and is mainly aimed at academics within Cambridge sharing their research with each other. The general public is welcome to attend.
About this event
During this Michaelmas Term, Cambridge Zero is organising a second series of Virtual Research Symposia, to highlight all the exciting and ground-breaking research on climate change, net-zero and zero-carbon solutions happening across the University of Cambridge.
The aim of these events is to help build and strengthen our internal Cambridge Zero research community, and to encourage new connections and collaborations.
This term in particular, we also want to highlight important Cambridge research contributions in the run-up to the COP26 UN Climate Summit in November.
The Symposia will take place on Wednesday afternoons throughout the term, with each week focused on a different theme.
The Research Symposium on Law & Policy, on Wednesday 20th October 15.00 – 17.15:
- Dr Cristina Peñasco, "About the outcomes and trade-offs of policy instruments for a net zero future"
- Dr Markus Gehring, "From Paris Agreement Implementation to Border Carbon Adjustments – New Approaches to Trade and Climate Change Law"
- Dr Surabhi Ranganathan, "A Law of the Sea for the Anthropocene: From Fixing to Unmaking?"
- Prof Cristiane Derani, "Plastic waste throughout the global food system: challenging law and policy"
Early Career Researcher Presentations:
- Dr Christopher Campbell-Duruflé, "The Canadian Net-Zero Emissions Accountability Act: Bringing the Paris Agreement Home?"
- Dr Natalie Jones, "Addressing Fossil Fuel Production in National Reporting Under the Paris Agreement"
- Nopparuj Chindasombatcharoen, "Operations, technology adoption and behavioural economics perspectives in industrial policy implementation and the role of technology transfer on adoption of sustainable agricultural technologies and practices"