All pages with keywords: international negotiations


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 »


Temperature goals heat China climate talks

Temperature goals heat China climate talks

a commentary by Nicola Ranger, Alex Bowen 5 October, 2010

The Conservative party conference in Birmingham may be the focus of UK politics this week, but government representatives will be taking part in crucial discussions in China that could have … 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 »


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)


If It Warms Up, Who’s Going to Pay?

If It Warms Up, Who’s Going to Pay?

a commentary by Sam Fankhauser 6 December, 2009

Samuel Fankhauser outlines the areas of dispute—as well as possible compromises  


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.


Guardian Daily: The road to Copenhagen

Guardian Daily: The road to Copenhagen

a commentary by Nicholas Stern 20 November, 2009

George Monbiot, Nicholas Stern and Greg Clark contribute to our discussion on the need to reach a deal at next month’s crucial climate change summit in Copenhagen the GuardianCopenhagen Accord


Lord Stern suggests new way out of Copenhagen deadlock – Telegraph

Lord Stern suggests new way out of Copenhagen deadlock – Telegraph

a commentary by Nicholas Stern 22 September, 2009

Lord Stern, the former World Bank economist, outlines his plan to break the deadlock over climate change negotiations ahead of a key United Nations summit in Copenhagen. Telegraph.co.uk


Principles for a Global Deal for Limiting the Risks from Climate Change

Principles for a Global Deal for Limiting the Risks from Climate Change

a research article by Nicholas Stern, Dimitri Zenghelis 18 July, 2009

Environmental Resource Economics, April 2009


Endogenous minimum participation in international environmental treaties

Endogenous minimum participation in international environmental treaties

a research article by Carmen Marchiori 18 February, 2009

Many international treaties come into force only after a minimum number of countries have signed and ratified the treaty. Minimum participation constraints are particularly frequent in the case of … read more »