International Conference on Fossil Fuels and Climate Policy

International Conference on Fossil Fuels and Climate Policy, 26-27 September 2016,  Queen’s College, Oxford, UK

The conference will bring together researchers, policy-makers, and practitioners to discuss how to enable policies, plans and investment decisions on further fossil fuel extraction and trade to be more consistent with long-term global climate and sustainability goals.

The programme is organized around three main themes:
1. Fossil fuel investment: risks and consequences
2. Supply-side climate policies: options, implications, and challenges to implementation
3. Transitions away from fossil fuel production: political challenges and equity issues

The conference is designed for a wide mix of researchers (e.g. economists, modellers, social scientists, and legal scholars), policy-makers, private sector, and civil society participants. We are currently accepting abstracts for individual papers, as well as proposals for thematic sessions and special sessions (e.g. policy roundtables, debates, speed-talks). Proposals are due 8 May 2016.

To learn more and submit a proposal, visit the conference website:

Registration is not yet open, but to be notified when it begins, and receive other conference updates, please sign up for our email list by writing to

You may also download a PDF of the Call for Papers & Proposals here


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Danièle Revel (2016, 11 avril). International Conference on Fossil Fuels and Climate Policy. Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 19 avril 2024, à l’adresse

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