All pages with keywords: international policy

The GLOBE climate legislation study: a review of climate change legislation in 66 countries

The GLOBE climate legislation study: a review of climate change legislation in 66 countries

The GLOBE Climate Legislation Study is the most comprehensive audit of climate legislation across 66 countries, together responsible for around 88% of global manmade greenhouse gas emissions. It is produced by … read more »


The GLOBE climate legislation study

The GLOBE climate legislation study

A review of climate change legislation in 66 Countries Michal Nachmany, Sam Fankhauser, Terry Townshend, Murray Collins, Tucker Landesman, Adam Matthews, Carolina Pavese, Katharina Rietig, Philip Schleifer and Joana Setzer


Recklessly slow or a rapid transition to a low-carbon economy? Time to decide

Recklessly slow or a rapid transition to a low-carbon economy? Time to decide

a policy paper by Mattia Romani, Nicholas Stern 1 December, 2012

Executive Summary The world is heading in a difficult and dangerous direction. A range of estimates based on current plans and intentions arrive at similar conclusions: at best, global emissions … read more »


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 »