All pages with keywords: international negotiations

Grantham seminar | Export coal in a changing economic climate: the economics and politics of a moratorium on new coal mines

Seminar 19 Aug 2015

Richard Denniss, Chief Economist at The Australian Institute, presents this seminar which focuses on the scope of planned coal mine expansions in Australia and Indonesia and goes on to explore the case for a moratorium on new coal mines. read more »


Why do we see unilateral action on climate change?

Why do we see unilateral action on climate change?

a commentary by Simon Dietz, Carmen Marchiori, Alessandro Tavoni 5 December, 2012

In keeping with expectations, recent multilateral climate change talks in Doha have achieved very little. Yet, the good news is that unilateral action is on the up. This column argues … read more »


Cancun climate talks: In search of the holy grail of climate change policy

Cancun climate talks: In search of the holy grail of climate change policy

a commentary by Michael Jacobs 29 November, 2010

Michael Jacobs: Although Copenhagen fell short of delivering a legally binding global treaty, Cancun is another step towards that ultimate goal the Guardian


International climate policy after Copenhagen: Towards a ‘building blocks’ approach

International climate policy after Copenhagen: Towards a ‘building blocks’ approach

a research article by Robert Falkner 18 October, 2010

This article reviews the options for future international climate policy after the 2009 Copenhagen conference. It argues that a major reassessment of the current approach to building a climate … read more »


International climate policy after Copenhagen: towards a ‘building blocks’ approach

International climate policy after Copenhagen: towards a ‘building blocks’ approach

a working paper by Robert Falkner 1 July, 2010

This paper asks what can be hoped for the international climate change negotiation process in the wake of the 2009 Copenhagen conference, and what should be … read more »


A new global deal on climate change

A new global deal on climate change

a research article by Nicholas Stern, Cameron Hepburn 17 March, 2008

A global target of stabilizing greenhouse-gas concentrations at between 450 and 550 parts per million carbon-dioxide equivalent (ppm CO2e) has proven robust to recent developments in the science and … read more »