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The ‘power of process:’ how negotiation management influences multilateral cooperation

The ‘power of process:’ how negotiation management influences multilateral cooperation

a research article by Kai Monheim  2 December, 2016

The management of a multilateral negotiation has frequently played a crucial role in developing global regimes but is often ignored in International Relations theory. The long-awaited UN climate summit … read more »


Spatial valuation of forests’ enviromental assets: an application to Andalusian Silvopastoral farms

Spatial valuation of forests’ enviromental assets: an application to Andalusian Silvopastoral farms

a research article by Paola Ovando  1 December, 2016

Ovando, Paola, Caparrós, Alejandro, Díaz-Balteiro, Luis, Pasalodos, María, Beguería, Santiago, Oviedo, José L., Montero, Gregorio and Campos, Pablo (2016) Spatial valuation of forests’ enviromental assets: an application to Andalusian Silvopastoral … read more »


How green are green economists?

How green are green economists?

Stefano Carattini, Alessandro Tavoni  30 November, 2016

The market for voluntary carbon offsets has grown steadily in the last decade, yet it remains a very small niche. While 10% of greenhouse gas emissions generated by transportation … read more »


What role for climate negotiations on technology transfer?

What role for climate negotiations on technology transfer?

a research article by Matthieu Glachant, Antoine Dechezleprêtre  25 November, 2016

Little progress has been made in climate negotiations on technology since 1992. Yet the diffusion of climate change mitigation technologies to developing countries (non-Annex I) has increased dramatically over … read more »


Climate change perception and system of rice intensification (SRI) impact on dispersion and downside risk: a moment approximation approach

Climate change perception and system of rice intensification (SRI) impact on dispersion and downside risk: a moment approximation approach

a working paper by Mintewab Bezabih, Remidius Ruhinduka, Mare Sarr  24 November, 2016

This article assesses the consequential risk impacts of the recent system of rice intensification (SRI) implemented in the Morogoro region of Tanzania, one of the largest Semi-Arid regions, using household … read more »


Ambiguity and insurance: capital requirements and premiums

Ambiguity and insurance: capital requirements and premiums

a working paper by Simon Dietz, Oliver Walker  21 November, 2016

Many insurance contracts are contingent on events such as hurricanes, terrorist attacks or political upheavals, whose probabilities are ambiguous. This paper offers a theory to underpin the large body of … read more »


Effective and geographically balanced? An output based assessment of non-state climate actions

Effective and geographically balanced? An output based assessment of non-state climate actions

a research article by Sander Chan, Robert Falkner, Matthew Goldberg, Harro van Asselt  21 November, 2016

Climate actions by non-state and subnational actors are an important complement to the multilateral climate regime and the associated contributions made by national governments. Although such actions hold much potential, … read more »


Assessing the consistency of national mitigation actions in the G20 with the Paris Agreement

a policy report by Alina Averchenkova, Sini Matikainen  17 November, 2016

This study uses the ‘Paris consistency monitor’ to assess whether the past and present action by G20 countries on climate mitigation is consistent with meeting the key requirements of the Paris Agreement. read more »


Climate policy in China, the European Union and the United States: main drivers and prospects for the future

a policy report by Alina Averchenkova, Samuela Bassi, Keith J. Benes, Fergus Green, Augustin Lagarde, Isabella Neuweg, Georg Zachmann  17 November, 2016

This report assesses the domestic constraints and opportunities for the development of climate policy in China, the EU and the US. read more »


Science for Loss and Damage: Four research contributions to the debate

Science for Loss and Damage: Four research contributions to the debate

a policy paper by Swenja Surminski  16 November, 2016

The Loss and Damage Network is a network of scientists and practitioners informing the loss and damage debate and includes members from about 20 institutions. This summary paper, written on … read more »


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