|Title||Special Symposium “Japan’s New Targets for a New Global Warming Prevention Framework Consensus”|
|Date and Time||September 12, 2014 (Friday) 14:00-16:30 (Reception 13:30~)|
|Venue||Diet Member’s Office Building (Sangiin gin kaikan) Room 101 (2-1-1 Nagato-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)
＊Please enter after receiving a pass from the person in charge in the building’s lobby.
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|Overview||Aiming to arrive at a new international consensus in 2015, the governments of the world’s countries are being asked to submit proposals for new greenhouse gas emission reduction targets by March 2015. Furthermore, the UN Climate Summit will be held on September 23rd in New York, during which countries’ heads of state will show their commitment to global warming measures. However, Japan’s global warming measures are at a standstill, and discussions regarding new targets have not even began. At this symposium, the history of and new movements in the outlook for climate negotiations will be shared, and a CAN-Japan proposal for Japan’s new greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets will be announced. A government-affiliated individual involved in climate change negotiations will also take the podium. We hope that everyone will be able to participate.|
※ Speakers and talk titles are subject to change without notice.
|Material Fee||500 yen|
|How to Apply||This event has reached capacity, and applications are no longer being accepted. Thank you to everyone who applied.|
|Co-organizers||WWF Japan / Kiko Network / FoE Japan / Oxfam Japan / Conservation International Japan / Greenpeace Japan / Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies (ISEP) / Citizens’ Alliance for Saving the Atmosphere and the Earth (CASA) / Rainforest Action Network (RAN) Japan Office / Japan Center for a Sustainable Environment and Society (JACSES) / Office Ecologist|
|Contact||CAN-Japan Office (At Kiko Network)
6F, Ichibancho-Murakami Bldg., 9-7, Ichibancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0082
TEL: 03-3263-9210 FAX: 03-3263-9463 MAIL: email@example.com
|Notes||This event is being held with a grant from the Environmental Restoration and Conservation Agency’s Heisei 26 Fiscal Year Japan Fund for Global Environment.|