President Barack Obama delivers remarks at the UNGA Climate Summit 2014 in the General Assembly Hall at the United Nations in New York, N.Y., Sept. 23, 2014.


Fixing the climate: Rethinking climate policy in an uncertain world

Top legal scholars discuss how policymakers should approach climate governance

Global climate diplomacy is stalling thanks to the same top-down approach used since the Kyoto Protocol. That’s the argument made by David Victor (UC San Diego) and Charles Sabel (Columbia Law School) in their book “Fixing the Climate: Strategies for an Uncertain World.” Hear them discuss how policymakers should approach climate governance in this timely and provocative conversation with faculty from UCLA’s Emmett Institute.

Charles Sabel, Maurice T. Moore Professor of Law, Columbia Law School
David Victor, Professor of Innovation and Public Policy; Co-director, Deep Decarbonization Initiative, UC San Diego

Moderated by:

William Boyd, Michael J. Klein Chair in Law; Faculty Co-Director, the Emmett Institute

In Conversation with:

Edward A. Parson, Dan and Rae Emmett Professor of Environmental Law; Faculty Director, the Emmett Institute
Mary D. Nichols, Distinguished Counsel, the Emmett Institute
Kimberly Clausing, Eric M. Zolt Chair in Tax Law and Policy, UCLA School of Law
Steve Cliff, Executive Officer, California Resources Board

Please contact Heather Morphew, morphew@law.ucla.edu with any questions.