2nd JPI Climate Scoping Forum Symposium

The second JPI Climate online Scoping Forum "Providing Knowledge for a climate neutral and resilient Europe" was held on 9-10 of December, 2020 with key players of the European climate research and policy community to explore how best to support climate policy in the context of the European Green Deal and Horizon Europe with its climate related Missions. The event took place successfully with about 150 participants for the high level meeting on 9 December.

Day two on 10 December was attended by around 80 participants with a high level of engagement and interaction. Two interactive sessions on co-designing research for multi-sectoral, multi-facetted risk assessment proposing various topics were organised in a virtual world café setting as well as a series of parallel sessions on Researching financial markets and investment strategies, Understanding the issue of negative emissions, Climate predictability and Quest for new social science.

The Conference was hosted by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research under the German Presidency of the Council of the European Union. 

The Central Secretariat is collecting the material such as presentations and videos (including authorisations) and will publish them here in the website.

You can find the programme of our ONLINE forum.

The public event on 9th of December was webcast by using YouTube live streaming

Here is a flavor of what we proposed:

Session A: Co-designing research for multi-sectoral, multi-facetted risk assessment

World Café session: Next level of Climate Services research break-out groups (two rounds of 40 min):

1. How to accelerate inter- and trans-disciplinary research for adaptation and mitigation?
2. Best practices for stakeholder involvement for the development of Climate Services
3. What type of research should JPI Climate support to be complementary to other initiatives and to enhance coherence, impact and uptake of knowledge?
4. How to improve quality assurance and standardization of Climate Services?
5. How to foster collaboration rather than competition between Climate Services (including issues of public/private partnerships)
6. Going the last mile: How to increase the societal value of Climate Services?
7. What is an operational Climate Service? How to reach that status and engage users?
C3S as an operational, user driven climate service - video

Session B: Scoping new horizons

Pitches introducing the discussion in BOGs on:

1. Researching financial markets and investment strategies
2. Understanding the issue of negative emissions
3. Climate predictability: what comes next?
4. Quest for new social science

Speakers for the session A include:
Kevin Noone, Chair of the Advisory Board, Thriving Earth Exchange/Stockholm Resilience Center
Celine Phillips, Climate Change Adaptation Programme Manager ADEME, French Agency for Ecological Transition

Speakers for the session B include:

Researching financial markets and investment strategies
Hauke Engel, Partner, McKinsey & Company, Inc
Monica Billio, Professor, Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Emanuele Campiglio, University of Bologna and RFFCMCC European Institute on Economics and the Environment, Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change Foundation
Arianna Lovera, Senior Programme Officer ,Italian Sustainable Investment Forum (ItaSIF)
Francesco Sandrini, Head of Multi Asset Balanced, Income and Real Return Solutions, Amundi Asset management
Hans Sanderson, Senior Scientist, Aarhus University, Department of Environmental Science, and Lead of AU Interdisciplinary Climate Service Center.
Pedro Faria, CDP Carbon Disclosure Project
Nicholas Albert O'Keeffe, Vestas, the energy industry's global partner on sustainable energy solutions
 
Understanding the issue of negative emissions
Sabine Fuss, Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change,  Berlin
Duncan McLaren, Lancaster Environment Center, Lancaster University
Janos Pasztor, Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative (C2G), New York

Climate predictability: what comes next?
Daniela Matei (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Germany)
Dim Coumou (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Pascale Braconnot (Laboratory of Climate and Environment Sciences, France)
Valeria Hernández & M. Florencia Fossa Riglos (Universidad Nacional de San Martin, Argentina, & Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, France)

Quest for New Social Science
Sebastian Helgenberger, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies
Lindsey McEwen, University of the West of England, Bristol
Gudrun Lettmayer, JOANNEUM RESEARCH

Interesting links:

JPI Climate project magazine 2019
Next Generation Climate Science for Oceans Research projects 2020-2023
SOLSTICE: Enabling Societal Transformation in the Face of Climate Change projects 2020-2023

Videos
What climate services can do for us - ERA4CS video
C3S as an operational, user driven climate service - video
Speech of Prof. Dr. Wolf-Dieter Lukas, State Secretary Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
Speech of Mairead McGuinnes, European Commissioner for financial services, Financial Stability and Capital Markets Union

Summaries of sessions:
How to accelerate inter- and trans-disciplinary research for adaptation and mitigation?
How to foster collaboration rather than competition between Climate Services (including issues of public/private partnerships)
Researching financial markets and investment strategies
Climate predictability: what comes next?

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JPI Climate Central Secretariat, Friday 11 December 2020