All pages with keywords: UNFCCC

The Road to Paris: Look beneath the surface for the new climate politics

The Road to Paris: Look beneath the surface for the new climate politics

a commentary by Robert Falkner 30 November, 2015

Associate, Robert Falkner writes that, beneath the surface of diplomatic wrangling at the Paris climate summit, new drivers of global climate policy are making themselves heard. read more »


Does it matter what you call it? Reflections on how companies voluntarily disclose their adaptation activities

Does it matter what you call it? Reflections on how companies voluntarily disclose their adaptation activities

a working paper by Swenja Surminski, Karoliina Isoaho 30 September, 2015

Adapting to climate change requires the engagement of a wide range of stakeholders, including the private sector. However, little is still known about if and how corporations, particularly those operating … read more »


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Video – Paris and beyond: lecture by World Bank Group VP, Rachel Kyte

Public Lecture Samuel Fankhauser 22 Oct 2015

World Bank Vice Group President Rachel Kyte looks beyond a potential climate deal at the Paris summit and asks how an orderly transition to zero carbon growth could be managed and financed. read more »


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The management of multilateral negotiations: lessons from UN climate negotiations

a policy paper by Kai Monheim 25 February, 2015

The 2009 Conference of Parties (COP 15) in Copenhagen, which aimed to deliver a first-ever comprehensive global climate deal, ended without agreement in part because of poor management … read more »


Game theory: Building up cooperation

Game theory: Building up cooperation

a research article by Alessandro Tavoni 14 July, 2013

Reference Tavoni, A. 2013. Game theory: Building up cooperation. Nature Climate Change.


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 , 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 »