China’s rapid transition from participant to international leader is a challenge both for China itself and for the world.
As the UNFCCC prepares for its next formal meeting, questions about the Copenhagen Accord’s status remain.
This post originally appeared on ChinaFAQs.org.
China recently confirmed an ambitious goal t
To combat global warming, forests must be part of the solution. How can we make good forest stewardship a reality?
Brazil has turned its international climate commitments into national law, but that’s only the beginning.
On 23-25 February 2010, the World Resources Institute International Financial Flows and Environment project hosted a civil society climate finance strategy session at the Airlie Conference Center in Warrenton, Virginia.
The result from Copenhagen is an Accord that looks very different than what has come before.
Here is a Q&A on some of the most important legal questions surrounding the Copenhagen Accord.
The attached table summarizes the GHG reduction pledges of 13 non-Annex1 countries, organized by type of pledge.
Searching for Common Ground on an Uneven Playing Field
This paper analyzes relevant measures in emerging U.S. domestic climate policies, describes the objectives of these measures, assesses how they might be imposed, and discusses their implications for both a future climate agreement and the international trading system.