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 5月23日(火)10:00よりCALE外国人研究員Linda Yanti Sulistiawati先生(インドネシア・ガジャマダ大学)による研究報告会を開催いたします。
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日 時:5月23日(火)10:00~11:30

場 所:セミナールーム1(アジア法交流館2階)

報告者:Dr. Linda Yanti Sulistiawati CALE外国人研究員
    (Lecturer, Former Vice Dean for Collaborations, Academics and Student Affairs, Faculty of Law, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia) 

題 目:"Climate Change Negotiations: Challenges and Opportunities for Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)"

概 要: Climate change negotiations has been going on for over 25 years. 195 States sign its newest instrument, the Paris Agreement with the main purpose curbing the world’s temperature under 2 degree Celcius. In order to achieve the main purpose of the Agreement, it is clear that the ultimate activity is to reduce the use of fossil fuels, including oil. OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) who aims to stabilize export, production, and price of petroleum in the world, has to encounter this obstacle because most of its member countries are signatories of the Agreement. This research analyzes challenges and opportunities for OPEC in the Climate Change Negotiations as well as possibilities presented to survive given the situation. Using theories from Oran Young’s institutional dynamics, this research puts the world’s oil market as the ‘institution’, OPEC as the ‘organization’, and Climate change negotiations as the ‘determinant of change’. Although it seems that OPEC does not have the upper hand in the climate change negotiation regime, there are means that OPEC can take to survive. One of it is to allow the element of change in the organization.

言 語: 英語

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