With the U.S. federal government stepping away from the Paris Agreement, international climate cooperation and dialogue between China and the EU as well with U.S. sub-national, civil society, and private sector actors are more critical than ever for maintaining momentum. How can philanthropy best support these new Track I and II dialogues? Who are the key participants and what are the most productive topics to address?
This half-day discussion is a design charrette to lay out options for emerging EU-China and U.S.-China climate cooperation strategies and to discuss the role for philanthropic investments in supporting them.
This event is invite only.