Climate Change Policy: why has so little been achieved?

27 October, 2009

While the scientific evidence for climate change grows, the policy responses have so far had little or no impact on the build-up of emissions. Why does the disconnect between science and policy exist and why has the Kyoto Protocol achieved so little?

Chair: Dr Sam Fankhauser, principal research fellow at the Grantham Research Institute

Speaker: Professor Dieter Helm, professor of energy policy at the University of Oxford

More information:

The Economics and Politics of Climate Change (book) by Dieter Helm and Cameron Hepburn