This new Vox eBook looks into what needs to be done to build a climate regime that is both workable and effective
Étiqueté : climate regime
Un système robuste de « transparence de la mise en œuvre », qui collecte, évalue et partage des informations sur la mise en œuvre des actions des pays, est essentiel pour permettre aux États de créer leur confiance dans l’action collective d’atténuation contre le changement climatique…
This SEI’s paper discusses different options and makes specific recommendations for rules to address double counting up to 2020 and in a post-2020 climate regime…
Identifying options for a new international climate regime Arising from the Durban Platform for enhanced action
This Issue Brief examines the degree to which the agreement reflects “top-down” direction to national governments, “bottom-up” policy initiatives from national governments—or both; and how the new agreement might enable increasing ambition over time with regard to reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, on the part of national governments.
(…) This paper articulates concrete proposals and puts forward ideas for devising smarter strategies that make engagement by civil society in international climate policy more effective… (© Heinrich Böll Foundation)
The fate of the climate change regime hangs in the balance as the UN-led negotiations try to forge a new international strategy for the post-2020 period. Since 1992, the UNFCCC and its Kyoto Protocol has been the primary legal instrument to respond to the climate challenge. However, the intergovernmental process has been riddled with problems that have rendered it ineffective…
A proposal for an upstream global carbon market. A CCEP working paper
This WRI’s working paper seeks to identify concrete pathways for building an international “climate change regime.” It surveys and analyzes the academic literature as well as proposals by non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and governments
This NBER paper discusses the role that trade can potentially play in both negotiating and operating a post Kyoto/post 2012 global climate policy regime
Discussion paper: Incentives for mitigation investments
The relation between the climate regulation and the multilateral trade regime is a rising issue in the field of international governance. This article presents the options available to OPEC economies related to this.
This publication reviews existing bi/multilateral support mechanisms for CCS and concludes these are missing out on important elements