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Hosted jointly by the Grantham Research Institute and CCCEP. Panellists: Peter Betts, Director of International Climate Strategy, UK Department of Energy and Climate Change – DECC Michael Jacobs, Visiting Professor … read more »
Nicholas Stern and James Rydge, Economics of Energy and Environmental Policy V.1, pp.1-1, 2012.
Cancun will restore confidence among governments and business that action is going to occur, writes Michael Jacobs, and that makes progress more likely Inside Story
Michael Jacobs: This deal, easy to write off, is a crucial advance for the global co-operation needed to halt runaway climate change the Guardian
Commenting on outcome of negotiations at the United Nations climate change conference in Cancún, Nicholas Stern said: “This is a modest but significant outcome that provides a good platform for progress towards next year’s United Nations climate change conference, where a strong international agreement could emerge.” read more »
Michael Jacobs: Although Copenhagen fell short of delivering a legally binding global treaty, Cancun is another step towards that ultimate goal the Guardian
Trevor Manuel and Nicholas Stern: Our report showing how $100bn a year can be raised for climate adaptation will help make progress towards agreement at Cancún the Guardian