L’article de Thomas Spencer (IFRI) analyse les principaux résultats des négociations sur le climat lors de la 17e conférence des parties (COP17) à Durban du 28 novembre au 11 décembre 2011
Étiqueté : climate change negotiations
A FEEM working paper, written by Céline Guivarch and Stéphane Hallegatte
Un working paper de l’IDDRI consacré à l’émergence puis l’avènement du concept de « 2°C » comme objectif de limite de l’augmentation des températures d’ici 2100 dans les négociations internationales.
This CAT’s briefing paper includes implications of Durban for meeting 2°C and expected impacts in a 2°C vs. a 3-4°C world
A proposal for an upstream global carbon market. A CCEP working paper
This CIS working paper explores some of the general ideas on country positions, strategies and success in the international climate negotiations for the specific case of India.
The authors examine a global refunding scheme for mitigating climate change. Countries pay an initial fee into a global fund that is invested in long-run assets. In each period, part of the fund is distributed among the participating countries in relation to the emission reductions they have achieved in this period. Two possible types of sustainable treaty are identified…
A Benito Müller’s OIES brief
Emissions and CO2 concentrations at record highs : developed countries ambition stalled while developing countries gearing up to act
Climate Action Tracker briefing paper
a groundbreaking study into the status of climate change legislation in 16 of the world’s largest economies…
Climate Change Negotiations: Time to Fill the Ambition Deficit
The authors argue that international climate negotiations may form such a game and so have a tipping set. This set is a small group of countries who by adopting climate control measures can make in the interests of all others to do likewise
In this paper, the authors outline and reflect on the circumstances that led to the Cancun Agreements, analyse its substance and provide some insights over the future of global cooperation on climate change.
Remedial action on process ownership and political guidance, by Benito Müller
A Climate Group’s Post-Cancun analysis briefing