Join WRI’s Climate Program for an energy and climate seminar by the Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre (APERC) to discuss a new report, which includes a climate change scenario that models what the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) would need to do consistent with a global limit of 2-degrees Celsius warming by 2050.
The report, published every three years, is an energy outlook for the 21 nations of APEC. Based in Tokyo, APERC is a research institute for the Energy Working Group of the APEC and administratively part of the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan.
James Kendell, Senior Vice President, APERC
David Wogan, Assistant Vice President, APERC
Dr. Karl Hausker, Senior Fellow, Climate Program, World Resources Institute (moderator)