All pages with keywords: international negotiations

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 »


Grantham Workshop | Humberto Llavador “Sustainability for a warming planet”

Grantham Workshop 30 Sep 2015

Humberto Llavador, a Visiting Senior Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute, will be the speaker for this seminar. In this seminar Humberto will be presenting his most recent book, details of … read more »


Comment: Why climate equity matters in India

Commentary 1 February, 2012

One of the defining moments of the Durban conference was the Indian Minister Jayanthi Natarajan’s passionate speech on equity in the international negotiations. Online article no longer available. Responding to … read more »


UN climate talks see ‘delayer countries’ throw away the 2C goal

UN climate talks see ‘delayer countries’ throw away the 2C goal

a commentary by Michael Jacobs 1 December, 2011

Michael Jacobs: The goal of holding global warming to 2C will be missed if the world’s largest economies insist on delaying negotiations the Guardian


The outcomes of Copenhagen: The negotiations and the Accord

The outcomes of Copenhagen: The negotiations and the Accord

a policy publication by Alina Averchenkova 30 March, 2010

UNDP Environment & Energy Group climate Policy series, March 2010 – Download report from external website (PDF)


The rich, the poor and the planet

The rich, the poor and the planet

a commentary by Nicholas Stern 1 December, 2009

As climate talks approach a climax in Copenhagen, Nicholas Stern calls for decisive action to tackle the twin challenges of climate change and world poverty.