"We will review research on multilateral collaboration and the institutional context of negotiation that can help meet these challenges."

It is challenging to conclude a comprehensive and effective multilateral agreement on global climate change among 194 nations with otherwise divergent interests. We will review research on multilateral collaboration and the institutional context of negotiation that can help meet these challenges.

Time and date

20:15-21:45 (8:15-9:45 pm)
Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Location

Cancun Messe “Room 1”
Further Details to be Announced.

Panelists

Kenneth R. Richards
Professor of Public Policy, School of Public and Environmental Affairs,
Indiana University

Robert N. Stavins
Director, Harvard Project on International Climate Agreements
Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government, Harvard Kennedy School

ZOU Ji
Professor of Environmental Economics, Renmin University, Beijing
Country Director for China, World Resources Institute

For further information please contact, <a href="mailto:jason_chapman@harvard.edu">jason_chapman@harvard.edu</a>