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EPSEI – Vice-Scienfitic Coordinator: Dr. Paolo Davide Farah. For information : paolofarah@yahoo.com

FP7-PEOPLE-2010 IRSES

Marie Curie Irses

Consortium :

Università degli Studi di Torino

Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale Amedeo Avogadro

Lunds Universitet

Université Aix-Marseille

Centro Euro-Mediterraneo per i Cambiamenti Climatici SCARL

Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia

Tsinghua University

Tomsk State University

Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences

 

EPSEI PROJECT

Evaluating Policies for Sustainable Energy Investments:

towards an Integrated Approach on National and International Stage

 

Tsinghua University

Center for Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law (THCEREL)

Room 532, School of Law

Beijing, China

 

Thursday 27th September 2012

4:00 – 6:00 pm

Lecture: Building Scenario for the Future: Climate Change and Applied Governance. A Law & Economics Perspective on Scientific Representations

Speaker: Gilles Campagnolo

Full Research Professor, National Center for Scientific Research, Unit for Comparative Epistemology and Ergology CEPERC, France.

Chair: Dr. Deng Haifeng, Associate Professor of Law at Tsinghua, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law, Tsinghua University

For the flyer of the event: Lecture Gilles Campagnolo at Tsinghua University – THCEREL – 27th September 2012 FINAL version

This lecture has been realized with funding from the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° 269327 Acronym of the Project: EPSEI, Coordinated by University of Turin – Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza. For any information about the EPSEI project and its objectives, please address your queries by email to the Vice-Scientific Coordinator: paolofarah@yahoo.com

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PEOPLE

MARIE CURIE ACTIONS

International Research Staff Exchange Scheme

Call: FP7-PEOPLE-2010-IRSES

The project “Evaluating Policies for Sustainable Energy Investments: towards an integrated  approach on national and international stage” (EPSEI) aims at improving the integration of methodologies and tools concerning the evaluation of investments for sustainable energy.

Vice-Scienfitic Coordinator: Dr. Paolo Davide Farah. For information : paolofarah@yahoo.com

The institutions participating to this project are:

1)    University of Turin, Faculty of Law, Italy (Coordinator)

2)    University of Lund – Department of Political Science, Lund, Sweden

3)    Université de Provence, Center of Comparative Epistemology & Ergology (CEPERC), France

4)    Tsinghua University, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing, China

5)    Tomsk State University, Department of Law, Russia

6)    Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences (CRAES) in Beijing, China

7)    Euro-Mediterranean Center for Climate Change (CMCC), Venice, Italy

8)    University of Piedmont Oriental, Faculty of Law, Italy.

Fundamental trends in the European Union and the world at large provide an increasingly important policy agenda for financing sustainable energy in terms of energy efficiency, innovation in energy exploitation and development of renewable resources. The long-range forecasts for investments and energy market are determined by highly interconnected environmental, geological and technological research despite scientific differences in modelling the scenarios and interpreting the data. The medium-range forecasts for investments and energy market largely depend on geopolitical considerations and internal pressure by public opinion and stakeholders. States, firms and other actors play their game within the current legal framework at the international, regional and national level. Accordingly, the proper policy design for the sustainable energy needs to be complemented by research on the legal, regulatory and geopolitical side.

However, the characteristics of social sciences which drive their approach to such issues are determined by their fragmentation into sectoral domains and national traditions. It is commonly agreed that there are great benefits in overcoming the disciplinary divisions combining scientific, social and economic considerations in order to assess the policy impact of sustainable energy. The evaluation of the policies for sustainable energy investments requires to connect several
national approaches on such topics, not only in Europe, where the fragmentation of social sciences into national traditions is a matter of fact. In turn, the global nature of the questions addressed by the project needs to be implemented through an IRSES programme in order to strengthen the research partnerships between European research organisations and research organisations from crucial world regions as far as European interests for energy matters are concerned.

A. International and Comparative Law:

Department of Law, University of Turin;

Department of Business and Territorial Studies, University of Eastern Piedmont;

Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law, TsinghuaUniversity;

Department of Law, TomskStateUniversity

B. Geopolitics and Geoeconomics:

Department of Business and Territorial Studies, University of Eastern Piedmont;

Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law, Tsinghua University;

Department of Political Science, University of Lund

C. Epistemology and Politics of Energy:

Center of Comparative Epistemogoly & Ergology, Universite de Provence;

Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law, Tsinghua University;

Department of Political Science, University of Lund.

The project is also structured to strengthen the research partnerships between core competences from social sciences and key competences from other sciences

D. Environmental Economics and Managerial Economics:

Department of Business and Territorial Studies, University of Eastern Piedmont;

Euro-Mediterranean Center for Climate Change;

Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences;

E. Geology and Environmental studies:

Euro-Mediterranean Center for Climate Change;

Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences;

Department of Law, Tomsk State University.

This project has received funding from the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° 269327 Acronym of the Project: EPSEI, Coordinated by University of Turin – Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza. For any information about the EPSEI project and its objectives, please address your queries by email to the Vice-Scientific Coordinator: paolofarah@yahoo.com

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