Climate Economics and Law Conference
16 and 17 June 2011, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland
How can we deal with climate change from and economic and legal point of view? At the Climate Economics and Law Conference, which took place at the University of Bern on 16 and 17 June 2011, 27 economists and lawyers presented their research. Mitigation, adaptation and technological change as well as the role of trade regulations and unilateral climate policies were evaluated. Besides the exchange of knowledge, the conference also strengthened the interdisciplinary dialogue. Four keynotes by Shardul Agrawala (OECD, Paris, F), Peter Holmes (University of Sussex, UK), Matthias Ruth (University of Maryland, USA) and Peter Wooders (IISD, Geneva, CH) completed the programme.
> Keynote presentations
> List of presenting participants and papers