A new video is available with Professor Miranda Schreurs (Technical University of Munich) who presented a lecture, “What came out of COP 27? Implications for Europe, Canada and the Globe”, on December 2, 2022 at Carleton University.

Professor Stephan Schott (Carleton University) provides an introduction and Professor Schreurs offers insights and assesses the current issues of climate change from global CO2 emissions, discussion about COP 27 and the EU’s policies to address climate change.

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Miranda Schreurs is Environment and Climate Policy Chair and Professor of the Bavarian School of Public Policy at TU Munich in Germany.  Her main research areas are in international and comparative climate policy, environmental politics, and low-carbon energy transitions. She is involved in projects examining the energy transitions in Germany and Japan; climate policies of Europe, the United States, and China; and the politics of high-level radioactive waste disposal. She was a visiting scholar in residence at Carleton University during December 2022.

The Jean Monnet Network on EU-Canada Relations activities are supported by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and by Carleton University.

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