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WEBINAR: Navigating Energy Pathways for Climate Ambition: The implications of 1.5°C scenarios for Paris-aligned energy transitions

Monday, October 24, 2022, 11:00 CEST

Energy scenarios have a key role to play in guiding the energy system transformation needed to meet the 1.5°C temperature limit under the Paris Agreement. These scenarios can influence investor expectations and policy decisions.

A new IISD report aims to provide policy-makers, investors, and companies with information on how to align energy decision-making with Paris Agreement goals. It conducts an unprecedented analysis of the most influential modelled pathways consistent with limiting warming to 1.5°C. The research shows a high level of agreement among these scenarios with implications for the phase-out of oil and gas and the ramp-up of clean energy deployment and investment.

The webinar will provide a first look at the key findings from this authoritative report highlighting the implications of 1.5°C scenarios for fossil fuel phase-out and renewables scale-up, barriers to those transitions and solutions to such challenges, and tools for governments and financial institutions to navigate the current energy crisis while maintaining climate ambition.

Panellists from intergovernmental organizations and the scientific community will reflect on the key findings of the report and discuss its implications for energy decision-making.

Moderator’s Welcome
Ploy Achakulwisut, Scientist, Stockholm Environment Institute 

Keynote Remarks

Presentation of Findings
Olivier Bois von Kursk, Policy Analyst, International Institute for Sustainable Development

Panel Discussion
Diala Hawila, Programme Officer, International Renewable Energy Agency
Mateo Salomon, Global Climate and Energy Advisor, UN Development Programme
Alaa Al Khourdajie, Senior Scientist, Technical Support Unit, Working Group 3, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
Frederic Hans, NewClimate Institute


Closing Remarks

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