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Prospects for global climate policy in 2016

Friday, November 27, 2015

Subject

Prospects for global climate policy in 2016.

Significance

Collective efforts to respond to climate change, as in previous years, will prove a source of domestic and international political controversy, particularly as vulnerable states cope with climate-induced loss and damage in a post-COP21 global climate regime. Pledges made by countries themselves at the COP21 summit -- both for emission reductions and for financial contributions to support developing countries -- will draw international scrutiny to avoid backsliding or double-counting.

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