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U.S. Climate Change Policy

U.S. Climate Change Policy
Datos básicos

1. Dynamics of U.S. policy-making as it applies to climate change

  • U.S. policy-making generally
  • Politics of climate change
  • Role of the private sector

2. International Negotiations

  • Status of negotiations
  • U.S. perspective/expectations re international negotiations
  • U.S. (administration) policy on climate change

Ari Nathan,
Environment and science officer at the U.S. embassy in Madrid

Before this he worked as a Foreign Service Officer in Iraq (economic reporting and development), Colombia (political/economic reporting) and Mexico (consular affairs). His next assignment will be in Kathmandu, Nepal where he will serve as the regional environmental hub officer covering Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Prior to joining the Foreign Service, Ari worked for the United Nations on marine environmental policy in East Asia, for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on climate change, and as legal counsel for the Pacific island of Palau (on whose behalf he attended the climate change conferences in Kyoto and Buenos Aires).

Ari has a BA in anthropology from the University of California at Berkeley, a JD in law from the University of Southern California, and a PhD in international relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University: his PhD dissertation was on the dynamics of climate change negotiations.

Where and when

Campus EOI Madrid. Avda. Gregorio del Amo, 6. 28040 Madrid
Lunes, Junio 11, 2012 -
16:00 to 18:00