International climate politics
International cooperation is needed if we are to hold the global warming trend to ‘well below 2˚C’, as was agreed in the 2015 Paris Agreement. In this research area we investigate the conditions for successful international climate cooperation, within the multilateral framework of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and its Paris Agreement, and through other international agreements and transnational climate initiatives. We examine the factors that enable credible implementation of the Paris Agreement as well as the drivers for increasing ambition for climate mitigation.
Check here for details our activities around the COP27 United Nations climate change summit.
- What is the Stern Review?
- What is the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)?
- What are the UN ‘COP’ climate change conferences?
- Why is net zero so important in the fight against climate change?
- What is the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)?
- What is the Paris Agreement?
- How is China tackling climate change?
- What is the UN Biodiversity Conference?
- How can ‘blended finance’ help fund climate action and development goals?
- Why is climate change adaptation important for cities and how are they adapting?
- What are nature-based solutions to climate change?
- What is climate change ‘Loss and Damage’?
- What are carbon offsets?
- How is India tackling climate change?
- What is meant by ‘climate justice’?
- What is climate finance?