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  1. 1. CFCCC – Paris 9 July 2015 Implementing the long term transition towards Low Carbon Societies – Stefan Lechtenböhmer Director, Future Energy and Mobility Structures Keynote Parallel Session 4414: Transformative solutions across scales: social learning, science, policy and dialogues
  2. 2. Page Wuppertal Institut Long term transitions as solutions for global challenges  To stay within planetary boundaries there needs to be a fundamental and long-term transition  The transition affects the energy system and all related infrastructure (energy, transport, buildings, industry) plus land use systems  Change needs different, sustainable and stable investment and behavioural patterns  Long-term reliable policy for the transformation needs societal consensus over the goals of the change  Traditional democratic institutions need new tools for a broader engagement of the public 9 July 2015 CFCCC PS4414 – Lechtenböhmer TELL ME – I will forget SHOW ME – I will remember ENGAGE ME – I will understand LaoTSE 2
  3. 3. Page Wuppertal Institut Governing long term transitions needs a more intensive collaboration of science, policy and society 9 July 2015 CFCCC PS4414 – Lechtenböhmer  New role for citizen and society (participation) − Co-creation of relevant knowledge/expert knowledge − Create joint visions or narratives − Enable long term oriented governance  New role for science − Mode 2 science, Future Earth − RRI (respons. research&innov.) − Transformative science − Co-creation of knowledge − Trans-disciplinarity − Improved integration of long term aspects 3 © Thinkstock © Thinkstock  New tasks for traditional democratic institutions − Support and enable new roles for science and society − Integrate their functions into existing processes of decision making − Improved integration of long term aspects
  4. 4. Page Wuppertal Institut9 July 2015 CFCCC PS4414 – Lechtenböhmer 4 An Example for co-creation of long term climate policy: State Climate Action Plan North-Rhine WestphaliaTargets include: + –80% GHG by 2050 + High RES share § State Climate Protection Law State Climate Action Plan State Climate Action Plan • Integrate expert know-how • Maximise transparency • Maximise acceptance and public engagement • Create an appropriate implementation culture • Stimulate new cooperation schemes • Invite joint approaches • Integrate expert know-how • Maximise transparency • Maximise acceptance and public engagement • Create an appropriate implementation culture • Stimulate new cooperation schemes • Invite joint approaches NRW: •18 Mln. inhabitants •~300 Mt GHG emis. (Spain: 340 Mt) •+ 10% of EU heavy industry © Thinkstock
  5. 5. Page Wuppertal Institut9 July 2015 CFCCC PS4414 – Lechtenböhmer The process is NOT designed as a preparatory input to political decisions (Participatory process with key stakeholders) Recommendations State Government Draft Climate Protectio Draft Climate Protection Pla Participatory process with key stakeholders But: Iterative Process Science Studies, Scenarios Science State government 5 State Climate Action Plan North-Rhine Westphalia STUDIES RECOMM PLAN IDEA: Overcome traditional linear approach of science, society, policy integration The process is NOT designed as a preparatory input to political decisions (Participatory process with key stakeholders) Recommendations State Government Draft Climate Protect Draft Clima Protection P Participatory process with key stakeholders But: Iterative Process Science Studies, Scenarios Science State government AIM: Explore an open iterative process that empowers stakeholders, science & policy to co-create a new position
  6. 6. Page Wuppertal Institut9 July 2015 CFCCC PS4414 – Lechtenböhmer Phase 2: Specification/ Networking (800 St.) Regional Workshops Networking Events • Public • Municipalities • Enterprises Start Adaptation to Climate Change Kick-off Event Workshops Steering Committee Climate Protection 6 Working Groups InterimResults 6 2/2012 9/2012 3/2014 6/2014 3/2015 6/2015 Impact Analysis of scenarios Online consul- tation (1500 replies) State Climate Action Plan North-Rhine Westphalia Structure of the participatory process Phase 1: Conceptualisation (400 Stakeholders)
  7. 7. Page Wuppertal Institut  Process completed with no dropouts, but no single common vision achieved: 10 scenarios (combined to 3 groups) developed − impossibility (so far) to agree on one single common vision − most scenarios do not (yet) achieve the -80% target  Comprehensive (non binding) set of P&M: >400 policies & measures proposed − with relatively high consensus in working groups − 158 (mitigation) + 66 (adaptation) measures accepted by the government with a focus on 2020  Broad societal dialogue on transformation established & follow up implemented − Trust among groups that did not talk to each others before 9 July 2015 CFCCC PS4414 – Lechtenböhmer State Climate Action Plan North-Rhine Westphalia Results of the participatory process 0 50000 100000 150000 200000 250000 300000 350000 400000 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 1000tCO2eq THGinNRW1990-2010 SzenarioA SzenarioB SzenarioC - 80% 7
  8. 8. CFCCC – Paris 9 July 2015 Thank you!

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