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  • Towards a Workable and Effective Climate Regime (Part IV of a Four-part Series) | SAIS
    widely accepted that the planet is on an unsustainable path of global warming likely to reach 30 4 0 or more since 1750 by the end of the century if no action is taken to drastically curtail GHG emissions We have learned from the failed top down approach of the Kyoto Protocol KP that three elements are crucial for a successful climate regime First the treaty must encourage and promote full participation by all countries Second the treaty must demand that parties change their behavior substantially Third the treaty must provide parties with an incentive to comply with the obligations they have pledged to fulfil In the KP none of these elements was satisfied Will the new architecture in preparation for the yearly Conference of the Parties COP21 in Paris in December 2015 produce a commitment that will help curtail GHG emissions What is the rationale for the bottom up approach adopted and is it likely to succeed in setting up the markers for a successful climate regime Policy Options and Finance Lecture in two parts Part I alternative market mechanisms to price carbon Even though cap and trade has not lived up to expectations the introduction of market based mechanisms was an achievement of the Kyoto Protocol What improvements in market based mechanisms Part II What prospects for other levers geoengineering developing new technologies renewables carbon capture and storage CCS Financing SEE ATTACHED OUTLINE AND READING LIST JAMIE DE MELO Adjunct Professor of International Economics Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe Bologna Italy Emeritus Professor Institute of Economics and Econometrics University of Geneva Switzerland Background and Education Before joining the faculty at the University of Geneva in 1993 de Melo taught at Georgetown University and worked in the research Department at the World Bank and consulted for the IMF the

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  • Food Waste and the Circular Economy Package | SAIS
    Education Summer Programs Course Offerings Admissions Meet Us Tuition and Aid Apply Contact Us Research Faculty Directory Initiatives Institutes and Research Centers SAIS Libraries Mason Library Robert Evans Library Nanjing Center Library Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Events at SAIS Events at SAIS Food Waste and the Circular Economy Package Andrea Segrè Università degli Studi di Bologna Italy Emerging Trends in International Commercial Policy Series This event is in partnership with the Associazione di cultura e di studio italo americana Luciano Finelli Friends of the Johns Hopkins University In English with simultaneous translation in Italian Andrea Segrè www andreasegre it is professor of Comparative and International Agricultural Policy at the University of Bologna Having served as dean of the Faculty of Agriculture and director of the Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences currently is the president of the Bologna Agro Food Center CAAB and of the Edmund Mach Foundation San Michele all Adige Trento View Full Profile Date and Time November 16 2015 5 30pm 7 00pm Local Time Campus SAIS Europe Location Auditorium Contact Accessibility Employment Legal Student Right To Know

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  • Priorities in U.S. Military Strategy | SAIS
    Keaney Johns Hopkins University SAIS U S Thomas Keaney is the Associate Director of Strategic Studies Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies SAIS Executive Director of the Merrill Center and a Senior Adjunct Professor of Strategic Studies at SAIS Before coming to SAIS in 1998 he was for ten years a professor of military strategy at National War College Washington DC and director of its core courses on military thought and strategy A retired colonel in the U S Air Force during his military career he served in positions including associate professor of history at the U S Air Force Academy planner on the Air Staff chairman of the department of military strategy at National War College forward air controller in Vietnam and B 52 squadron commander During 1991 and 1992 he was a researcher author with the Gulf War Air Power Survey He was co author of two reports of that survey The Summary Report and The Effects and Effectiveness of Air Power and a subsequent book Revolution in Warfare Air Power in the Persian Gulf with Eliot A Cohen Among his publications are US Allies in a Changing World 2001 and Armed Forces in the Middle

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  • Normative Empire Europe: The European Union and the MENA Region | SAIS
    and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here SAIS News SAIS News Normative Empire Europe The European Union and the MENA Region Raffaella Del Sarto Associate Professor of Middle East Studies Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe Bologna Professor Robert Schuman Centre European University Institute and Director of the BORDERLANDS Project ERC Fiesole Italy discussed Normative Empire Europe The

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  • Citizenship as a Battlefield between State and Society. The Case of Post-2011 Tunisia | SAIS
    Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here SAIS News SAIS News Citizenship as a Battlefield between State and Society The Case of Post 2011 Tunisia Ruth Maria Hanau Santini Università L Orientale Napoli Italy and Associate Fellow Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe Bologna Italy discussed Citizenship as a Battlefield between State and Society The Case

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  • The United States in the Persian Gulf. From Outlier to Empire - Part III of a Four-part Series | SAIS
    Nanjing Center Library Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here SAIS News SAIS News The United States in the Persian Gulf From Outlier to Empire Part III of a Four part Series Gary Sick senior research scholar at SIPA s Middle East Institute and an adjunct professor of International and Public Affairs at the

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  • Right and Might in Cyberspace: The Limits and Prospects of the Law of War in the Cyber Domain | SAIS
    and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here SAIS News SAIS News Right and Might in Cyberspace The Limits and Prospects of the Law of War in the Cyber Domain Andrea Locatelli Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Catholic University of Milan Italy discussed Right and Might in Cyberspace The Limits and Prospects of the Law of

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  • The United States in the Persian Gulf. From Outlier to Empire - Part II of a Four-part Series | SAIS
    Library Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here SAIS News SAIS News The United States in the Persian Gulf From Outlier to Empire Part II of a Four part Series Gary Sick senior research scholar at SIPA s Middle East Institute and an adjunct professor of International and Public Affairs at the Columbia University

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