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WEC Europe-Regional Meeting in Istanbul 17 th October 2008 Climate change policy beyond 2012. Terms of Reference. The objectives of Task Force are: 1. To develop a long-term view about options for climate change policy in Europe;

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WEC Europe-Regional Meeting in Istanbul

17th October 2008

Climate change policybeyond 2012

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Terms of Reference

The objectives of Task Force are:

1. To develop a long-term view about options for climate change policy in Europe;

2. To deliver long-term scenarios of GHG-emissions and abatement technologies including abatement costs and influence on energy prices;

3. To develop a view on the further development of the EU emissions trading scheme after 2012

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Members of the Task Force

Study chair Stefan Ulreich (Germany)

Czech Republic Mr. Tomáš Chmelík

France Christine Faure-Fedigan

Nicole Dellero

Germany Christian Güthert

Uwe Maassen

Heimo Friede

Hans-Wilhelm Schiffer

Italy Federico Rossi

Alessandro Clerici

Francesca Massara

Massimo Ceccariglia

Netherlands Theo. W. Fens

Serbia Dr Miodrag Mesarovic

Slovenia dr. Tomaž Štokelj

Sweden Leif Halvorsen

Switzerland Prof. Eberhard Jochem

Dr. Marco Berg

International Org. Paul Bulteel

Nicola Rega

WEC Simon GodwinObserver Jean-Eudes Moncomble

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Chapter 1

  • General background
  • Collect statistical material as background
  • IPCC-data
  • Global, European, national emissions(by sectors)
  • Forecast on emissions
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Chapter 2

General climate policyComparison global development vs. European development (emissions, political, legal, …), compare different systems (tax, ETS,..), global climate policy context (energy- and GHG-prospective studies), sectoral approach

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Chapter 3

  • Climate friendly technologies
  • Identify technologies
  • Abatement costs
  • Abatement volumes
  • Try to explore “unusual” solutions
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Chapter 4

Status quo of the EU ETS, non-ETS,

pros+cons of ETS,

“lessons learned”, other sectors

(transport,…),

investment incentivised

JI/CDM

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Chapter 5

Development of EU climate policy

beyond 2020

Linking, integration of other sectors/gases,

WTO-rules,

competitiveness, non-ETS sector,

global allocation rules,

security of supply,

JI/CDM

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Chapter 6

  • Pathway to a climate friendly Europe
  • needed investments
  • attractivity/risk of investments,
  • energy mix,
  • connected emissions,
  • costs for the public (Stern report),
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Chapter 7

  • Conclusions and recommendations
  • We need a global price on CO2 emissions
  • We need more support for climate friendly technologies
  • Investments are key – longer horizons
  • Re-balancing necessary: Security of supply and Affordable energy
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Time schedule

Next Meetings

25th November Paris

13th January Brussels

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