Governing the climate change regime - An interactive decision support tool
3 and 5 November 2015, Gold Coast and Nathan campuses
Want to explore the governance of climate change in an interactive and online environment in the lead up to the negotiations in Paris? You are invited to participate in a peer review and feedback event hosted by the designers.
The Institute for Ethics, Governance and Law at Griffith University has been working with Dutch Internet design-company LUST, and the Griffith Climate Change Response Program to create an interactive map of the UN climate change convention and related bodies, as a decision-support tool for climate negotiators and stakeholders.
You are invited to be a part of this exciting initiative, and participate in a pre-launch event to assist the designers in checking the accuracy of the map.
PS Please bring your own laptop/iPad. The map is optimised for Google Chrome (which you may wish to install) but works for other browsers as well.
- Copy of the Flyer - Governing the climate change regime - An interactive decision support tool (PDF 81.40 KB)
- Link to the (beta version) of the Climate Regime Map (works best in Chrome)