All pages with keywords: international agreements
This research finds that the presence of counter-geoengineering would make the risk of unilateral action to cool the climate using solar geoengineering less likely, but not always with benign effects. read more »
We study the impact of loss-aversion and the threat of catastrophic damages, which we jointly call threshold concerns, on international environmental agreements. We aim to understand whether a threshold for … read more »
Ralph Winkler, Associate Professor for Microeconomics: Environmental and Climate Economics at the University of Bern, will discuss his paper, Strategic Delegation and Non-cooperative International Permit Markets at this event. Paper abstract We … read more »
A symposium on climate change, organised by Lord Nicholas Stern, in association with the All Party Parliamentary Climate Change Group. Chair: The Lord Speaker Contributors: Lord Nicholas Stern, Lord Rees … read more »
Valentina Bosetti – Incentives and Stability of International Climate Coalitions: an integrated assessment
Speaker: Valentina Bosetti, Bocconi University and FEEM read more »
Rei, F., Cunha, K. and Setzer, J. (2013). In: Brazilian Journal of Environmental Law, v. 71:265-286 (Portuguese).
Reference Tavoni, A. 2013. Game theory: Building up cooperation. Nature Climate Change.
Evidence presented by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) shows that the human impact on the planet over the past two centuries led to environmental degradation and atmospheric alteration … read more »
As policy in Australia begins to move, Michael Jacobs surveys the international climate landscape: the latest science, the emissions targets and what’s happening on the ground. Inside Story