Engaging Reluctant Countries in Climate Change Mitigation Efforts

Master thesis English OPEN
Hagen, Eline Kvamme (2015)
  • Subject: UNFCCC | club | global | climate | negotiations | approach

The parties to the UN climate negotiations have time and again failed to agree on ambitious emissions reductions targets that can prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system (UN, 1992, p. 9). Lately, state leaders and UN officials have express... View more
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