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Media Advisory: Climate change governance experts to meet in Berlin

Building on the UN climate change talks taking place in Bonn in June, a broad range of international experts will meet in Berlin to assess climate governance risks. The conference, which is open to journalists, will look at how massive financing and other efforts to mitigate climate change are structured, regulated, monitored and disclosed.

In the next three years alone, countries have pledged US$30 billion to help mitigate and adapt to the problem. The conference provides an international forum for leading experts and decision-makers of the development and climate community to contribute their perspectives to the discussion on climate governance. It is organised by InWEnt - Capacity Building International, Germany and Transparency International.

What:
Climate Governance Conference:
Addressing Climate Governance Risks in a new Climate Regime: Knowledge, Economy and Equity Paradigms

When:
15 June, 2010

8.30-17.00

Where:
InWEnt, Stresemannstr. 91, Berlin-Mitte

For the full conference programme, please click here. Interviews in several languages may be arranged ahead of or on the day of the conference. Conference papers will also be made available post-conference.

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For any press enquiries please contact

Transparency International
Tel.+49 30 34 38 20 666
press@transparency.org

Andreas Baaden
InWent
Tel. +49 228 4460-1771
andreas.baaden@inwent.org