The Future of Climate Change Negotiations
An experiential and applied learning project on Ethics, Regulation, and Global Policy
A collaborative project of Lincoln Professors, Dan Bodansky and Daniel Rothenburg, (Center for Law and Global Affairs, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
"Climate change is a crucial issue involving the intersection between law and ethics, as well as an iconic test of the importance of integrating coherent moral principles with global policy making. The Future of Climate Change Negotiations: An Experiential and Applied Learning Project on Ethics, Regulation and Global Policy” supports a group of 4 students working with two faculty members on an interdisciplinary project regarding the global regulation of climate change, one of the most pressing ethical and policy challenges facing our world, with a research trip to participate, followed by workshops and seminars to share the experience, engage ethical conversations and advance the information gathered. The project links an intensive seminar on environmental law (open to law and graduate students) with subject specific research for the U.N. Climate Change Secretariat, a trip to a key international climate change negotiation meeting to present the research, followed by student and community events at ASU and in the Phoenix/Tempe area (including the annual Lincoln Center Real Life Ethics Seminar), in which students will discuss their experiences and reflect publicly on practical ethics and policy questions associated with international environmental law and regulation."
Climate Change Presentations
December 2012 Update: Lincoln Professor Dan Bodansky presentation webcast: United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference, Doha, Qatar: http://unfccc4.meta-fusion.com/kongresse/cop18/templ/play.php?id_kongresssession=5666&theme=unfccc