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Chasing an Elusive Agreement: What Smaller Countries (i.e. G77+China) Need to do to Influence Climate Change Negotiations?

"As the world is converging at Warsaw, Poland, for the 19th session of climate change negotiations, questions still exist as to whether these negotiations will ever yield tangible benefits for smaller states and developing economies. Past sessions o…

Climate and Development Outlook: Issue No 4

This document covers various operations regarding climate change negotiation programmes. This issue covers the following articles: Negotiations programme gives island states a greater voice describes the benefits of CDKN’s advocacy fund for the Repu…

How to Build Consensus in Climate Change Negotiations

"This policy brief is the result of an event convened by CDKN and PwC in October 2012 at which leading thinkers presented their ideas for increasing the collective global ambition for climate action. The event and this paper are outputs of CDKN's In…

Social-Psychology, Equity and Climate Change Negotiations

"The fundamental proposition of this work is that the current discussion of equity at the international level has overlooked the central importance of psychology: how people feel about fairness may be as, or more important, in climate negotiations t…

South Africa and the Durban Climate Change Negotiations: The Role of Business

This paper has the emerging factor that many calls have been made by business associations towards what form a New Climate Deal must take. Business has accepted that it will not be business-as-usual in addressing climate change moving forward. Hen…

Exploring the Agency of Africa in Climate Change Negotiations: The Case of REDD+

"Emerging climate change regimes such as the mechanism for reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) are increasingly aiming to engage developing countries such as those in Africa in sustainable development through carbon …

The EU and the Progressive Alliance Negotiating in Durban: Saving the Climate?

"This paper has discussed international climate change, and in particular the UN Durban Climate Summit held in December 2011, from an international relations perspective and by drawing on the literature on negotiations and EU foreign policy. It ill…

South Africa and the Durban Climate Negotiations : Challenges and Opportunities as Hosts of COP 17

For the last six years, South Africa has played a prominent role in the international climate change negotiations, inter alia supporting and promoting the interests of the African continent and, also periodically of the wider group of developing cou…

Comparative Analysis of the NDCs of Canada, the European Union, Kenya and South Africa from an Equity Perspective

In the lead-up to COP21 in Paris, 2015, all Parties to the UNFCCC were invited to communicate their intended nationally determined contributions (INDCs), which could include information on how the Party considers its INDC is fair and ambitious (1/CP…

Revisiting International Climate Negotiations from an African Perspective

2020 is an important year for the international climate agenda despite a general loss of momentum and resurgence of the divide between traditional polluters, emerging polluters, and the most vulnerable countries. While African countries only contrib…

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