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Title Negotiating the Paris Agreement : the insider stories / edited by Henrik Jepsen, Magnus Lundgren, Kai Monheim, Hayley Walker
Imprint Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2021
©2021
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 Modern History Library  344.04633 N384    AVAILABLE    30550100699964
Descript xxv, 412 pages ; 23 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 365-382) and index
Introduction / Henrik Jepsen, Magnus Lundgren, Kai Monheim and Hayley Walker -- The Paris negotiations: background and context / Pamela Chasek -- The French COP21 presidency / Laurence Tubiana -- Mission - adoption with ovations: the contribution of the UNFCCC Secretariat to the achievement of the Paris Agreement / Richard Kinley -- The Paris Agreement and China's imprint / Xie Zhenhua -- The EU's role in the Paris Agreement / Pete Betts -- The United States: interesting processes and techniques lined the road to Paris / Susan Biniaz ; with commentary from Jonathan Pershing -- COP 21 - complaints and negotiation: the role of the Like-minded Developing Countries Group (LMDC) and the Paris Agreement / Rene Orellana Halkyer -- The staircase of Paris /Tosi Mpanu-Mpanu -- The battle for small island developing states / James Fletcher -- The high ambition coalition / Farhana Yamin -- The power of civil society / Jennifer Morgan -- Business: creating the context / Stephen Howard, with Tim Smedley -- Why did they finally reach agreement? / John S. Odell -- Conclusion: The landscape of multilateral agreement in Paris and beyond / Hayley Walker, Kai Monheim, Frauke Ohler, Henrik Jepsen and Magnus Lundgren
"The Paris Agreement was adopted under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in December 2015. Signed by 196 parties, it has since become a key reference point in global discussions on climate change, national efforts to formulate climate policies, and business investment decisions. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has described the Agreement as a "peace pact with the planet" and U.S. President Barack Obama labeled it a "turning point" in the fight against climate change. At the very least, it represents - in the word of one contributor to this book - "a substantial improvement in global climate governance""-- Provided by publisher
Subject United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (1992 May 9). Protocols, etc. (2015 December 12)
Conference of the Parties (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change) (21st : 2015 : Paris, France)
Climatic changes -- Law and legislation
Environmental law, International
Alt Author Jepsen, Henrik, editor
Lundgren, Magnus, 1976- editor
Monheim, Kai, editor
Walker, Hayley, editor
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