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Jean Monnet Network Workshop: “Clean Energy and Climate Policy in Canada and the EU: An Exchange of Experiences, Views, and Visions for the Future”
February 9, 2018 at 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
|Location:||Senate Room, 6th floor, Room 608 Robertson Hall|
The Jean Monnet EU-Canada Network is pleased to host an international policy workshop, “Clean Energy and Climate Policy in Canada and the EU: An Exchange of Experiences, Views, and Visions for the Future,” on Friday, February 9, 2018, at Carleton University. This policy workshop will examine how achieving a sustainable transition from high to low carbon production in the energy sector has been carried out in the EU and in Canada. In particular, issues of energy market integration in multilevel governance systems (such as in the EU and the Canadian federal system) will be examined by notable scholars. Issues of economic competitiveness of green energy systems will also be explored.
The event will feature experts from Canada, U.S. and Europe. This event is open to the public and registration will be requested.
Please click here for the registration page.
Draft Agenda* (*Subject to change. Please check back for updates.)
9:30 Registration for the workshop
10:00 Opening of the workshop
Welcome: Joan DeBardeleben, Carleton University (confirmed); Stephan Schott, Carleton University (confirmed)
Opening remarks: André Plourde (Dean, FPA, Carleton University, confirmed)
(Additional speaker to be confirmed.)
10:30-12:15 Panel 1: Energy Transition Management in the Canada and Europe: Managing the Change to a Low Carbon Economy
- Normand Mousseau, University of Montreal, (confirmed)
- Miranda Schreurs, Technical University Munich (confirmed)
- James Meadowcroft, Carleton University (confirmed)
- Michele Knodt, TU Darmstadt (confirmed)
1:15-3:00 Panel 2: Economic Competitiveness Impacts of Climate Policy: Emissions Trading and the Carbon Tax
- David Sawyer, Carleton University, (confirmed)
- Dallas Burtraw, Resources for the Future (confirmed)
- Andrew Leach, University of Alberta (confirmed)
- Michael Themann, Leibniz Institute for Economic Research (confirmed)
3:00 Coffee break
3:30-5:30 Panel 3: The Role of Energy Market Integration in the Green Transition
- Benjamin Sovacool, University of Sussex (confirmed, by videolink)
- Arthur Benz, TU Darmstadt (confirmed)
- Pierre-Olivier Pineau, HEC Montreal (confirmed)
- Stephan Schott, Carleton University (confirmed)
This workshop is supported by the Canada-Europe Transatlantic Dialogue, by the Jean Monnet Network on EU-Canada Relations, funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and by Carleton University.