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Rethinking Public Policy for Climate Change Mitigation
The Paris Agreement adopted at the COP 21 was a major step towards climate change mitigation as the agreement was a legally binding international treaty on climate change. Although the agreement was a landmark in the efforts towards the multilateral climate change process, it failed to prevent free-riding and provide developing countries with the support to achieve global targets for climate change mitigation. The developed and more so the developing countries look towards an uncertain future which invariably leads to inward-looking policies. There seems to be a need to rethink the strategies and find newer ways to foster collective action among countries. A deeper thinking towards this requires a reassessment of what has worked so far and what hasn’t to alter our course from the current

- Prof. (Dr.) Milindo Chakrabarti, Professor & Dean, Placement and Internship, JSGP (mchakrabarti@jgu.edu.in )
- Prof. (Dr.) Sneha Krishnan, Associate Professor & Assistant Dean (International Collaborations), JSES (skrishnan@jgu.edu.in)
- Dr. Mustafa Ali Khan, Head of Carbon & Climate Strategy, Climate Connect Digital (mailto:mustafa.khan@climateconnect.digital)

Moderator :
Prof. Naresh Singh, Professor and Vice Dean, JSGP (naresh@jgu.edu.in)

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Aug 22, 2022 06:00 PM in India

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