A pathway to a climate change agreement in 2015: options for setting and reviewing GHG emission reduction offers
1st October 2013
Topic(s): Policy law and regulation
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Parties need to put forward emission reduction offers as part of the 2015 climate change agreement that is currently being negotiated. This paper suggests options for the design of this process, including the content of the offers and how they will be reviewed. Ensuring that this process is properly designed will be essential to creating an agreement that encourages a low-carbon, sustainable world.
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