The 2015 UN Climate Change Summit, COP21(21st session of Conference of Parties), held in Paris was the most significant conference on climate change since Copenhagen, as the 196 nations that were parties to the agreement had set themselves a deadline of 2015 for coming up with a legally binding deal to help enable the world limit global warming to less than 2 degrees Celsius compared to pre-industrial levels.
The two-day International Conference on ‘Climate Change Paradigms’, conceptualised and organised by the Centre for Public Policy Research – Centre for Strategic Studies, Kochi, with the support of the US Consulate General, Chennai, explored and debated upon the various issues and challenges featured at COP21. The conference was conceived with a need to focus on the Indian position in global climate change initiatives.
The conference had key speakers drawn from the Central Government and from the subject areas of strategic studies, think tanks, consultancy firms and academics.
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