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Building the climate change regime
|Statement||[authors, Remi Moncel ... et al.].|
|Contributions||United Nations Environment Programme, World Resources Institute|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||82 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||2011349668|
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The climate change regime, narrowly understood as the UNFCCC and its related legal instruments, and the climate regime complex, that is, the broader architecture of.
Each chapter responds to the questions surrounding the political and structural limitations of the current top-down approach taken in climate negotiations and proposes various alternatives countries can take to overcome such limitations in the process Author: Suh-Yong Chung.
Book Description. The fate of the climate change regime hangs in the balance as the UN-led negotiations try to forge a new international strategy for the post period. Sincethe UNFCCC and its Kyoto Protocol has been the primary legal instrument to respond to the climate challenge. Post Climate Change Regime Formation (Routledge Advances Building the climate change regime book Climate Change Research) - Kindle edition by Chung, Suh-Yong.
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The agreement represents an immense triumph for global diplomacy, since it was ratified by 92 countries in less than a year’s time, including some of the world’s biggest emitters such as China, India, and the US. The Agreement has. Each chapter responds to the questions surrounding the political and structural limitations of the current top-down approach taken in climate negotiations and proposes various alternatives countries can take to overcome such limitations in the process of building the post climate change : Paperback.
In order to ensure the effective conclusion of post climate change regime building, it may require innovative approaches in order to reflect more balanced efforts between developed and developing countries.
This paper explores the concept of low-carbon development strategy as a viable policy option toAuthor: Suh Yong Chung. "This book is a must-read for all who work in the field of climate justice, institution building, and transformation with a forward-looking approach.
The authors highlight the essential purpose of both responses to climate change and transitional justice, and the experience we have drawn from transitional justice over the last decades. Building on this analysis, we argue that a climate change regime complex, if it meets specified criteria, has advantages over any politically feasible comprehensive regime, particularly with.
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Sincethe UNFCCC and its Kyoto. This book responds to two trends in the climate change process: first, its growing complexity, which makes it difficult for newcomers, and even for negotiators familiar with the regime, to make sense of all the rules, institutions, procedures and practices that have developed over the past decade; secondly, the regime’s increasing.
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This institutional form is likely to persist; efforts to build a comprehensive regime are unlikely to succeed, but experiments abound with narrower institutions focused on particular aspects of the climate change problem. Building on this analysis, we argue that a climate change regime complex, if it meets specified criteria, has advantages Cited by: ” Toward a Binding Climate Change Adaptation Regime by Mizan Khan is another inspiration.
It sets out a framework for establishing a legally-binding adaptation regime under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, with the view to reducing the. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Chapter 1. Science, Drivers and Impacts of Climate Change --Chapter Climate Development Nexus --Chapter International Climate Change Regime --Chapter tion Responses and Low-emissions Development --Chapter Adaptation.
The book concludes that political and socio-economic factors were ultimately more important than a climate-induced drought in the build-up to the uprising, a lesson that may find application in other case studies on the interaction between climate change and human insecurity.
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Each chapter responds to the questions surrounding the political and structural limitations of the current top-down approach taken in climate negotiations and proposes various alternatives countries can take to overcome such limitations in the process Cited by: 1.From Post Climate Change Regime Formation edited by Suh-Yong Chung This groundbreaking collection is the first of its kind to explore the key features of the post climate change regime, featuring meticulously researched pieces from leading experts in the field.
Each chapter responds to the questions surrounding the.