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Trade Measures and Climate Change

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.

Voices From the Congo Basin

Incorporating the Perspectives of Local Stakeholders for Improved REDD Design

This working paper summarizes the feedback and conclusions from a series of workshops for local and indigenous communities in Cameroon and the DRC held in 2008 and 2009, discussing REDD design and implementation.

Adaptation Planning Under a Copenhagen Agreement

Laying a Foundation for Projects, Policies, and Capacities that Countries Need

As UNFCCC negotiators work to develop
shared expectations around adaptation
planning, it is critical that they
provide a high degree of flexibility to
countries, so that planning processes
can be domestically “owned” and plans
effectively implemented. The...

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