Register now for this upcoming webinar offered by the Association of Climate Change Officers (ACCO) and the Harvard Kennedy School:

Understanding the Paris Agreement and its Implications 
Thursday June 2nd, 1:00 pm Eastern Time

In April 2016, more than 175 nations signed the Paris Agrement, an event that may well be remembered as the critical turning point in mankind’s battle to slow down and minimize the impacts of global warming.  This webinar will assess the status of efforts to address global climate change, including both the international negotiations and domestic actions in the United States and elsewhere. Presenters will address how the Agreement itself can be implemented successfully in the context of previous policy architectures and implementation. Speakers will also discuss recent bilateral announcements by China and the United States and the role they played in leading up to Paris and going forward. Join us on June 2 to learn about the key elements of the Paris Agreement, the major challenges that remain for successful implementation, the prospective role to be played by carbon markets, heterogeneous international linkage and implications for industry and subnational government.

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