Fridtjof Nansen Memorial Lecture 2010, by Mr. Erik Solheim, Minister of the Environment and International Development, Norway
27 October 2010
E. Rose Hall
Fridtjof Nansen Memorial Lecture 2010 by Mr. Erik Solheim, Minister of the Environment and International Development, Norway.
“Climate change and loss of nature’s diversity:
new actions and alliances in response to global challenges”
Following his attendance at the tenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP 10) of the UN Convention on Biodiversity in Nagoya, Norway’s Minister of Environment and International Development, Erik Solheim, will come to Tokyo to deliver the Fridtjof Nansen Memorial Lecture 2010.
Minister Solheim’s presentation will focus on climate change and possible elements of a future climate change regime, including the current status of negotiations in the lead-up to the sixteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP 16) of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change that will held in Cancun, Mexico, later this year. He also will highlight new and promising approaches to reducing CO2 emissions, and underscore the linkages between nature diversity and climate change.
Japanese-English interpretation will be provided. The event is to take place from 15.00-16.30h.