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Climate Policy Frameworks Beyond 2012

The main objective of this project was to identify and analyse promising ways forward for global climate collaboration after the end of the Kyoto Protocol’s first commitment period.

The project was structured around three components:

  • The first component provided a global perspective on the architecture of future climate policy collaboration.
  • The second component analysed how incentives could bring developing countries to global climate change cooperation to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  • The third component synthesised the lessons from the two other as a starting point for discussion between stakeholders from the Nordic countries, and key developing and industrialised countries.

The project was commissioned by the Nordic Council of Ministers and was jointly implemented by the Centre for International Climate and Environmental Research - Oslo (CICERO) and UNEP Risoe Centre.

 

UNEP Risoe Centre • DTU Management Engineering • Frederiksborgvej 399, Bldg. 142 • P.O. Box 49 • DK 4000 Roskilde • Denmark

 

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