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US-proofing the Paris Climate Agreement
What can be done if a future US President withdraws from the Paris Climate Agreement? This is a critical question for an agreement which relies on universal participation for legitimacy. The US canExpand
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Limiting the climate impact of the Trump administration
  • Luke Kemp
  • Economics
  • Palgrave Communications
  • 31 October 2017
The climate actions of the current US administration under President Trump will undoubtedly impact US domestic emissions. They could even potentially influence global action. But some will lastExpand
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Learning from the Climate Change Debate to Avoid Polarisation on Negative Emissions
ABSTRACT This paper identifies critical lessons from the climate change experience to guide how communications and engagement on negative emissions can be conducted to encourage functional public andExpand
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Should Artificial Intelligence Governance be Centralised?: Design Lessons from History
Can effective international governance for artificial intelligence remain fragmented, or is there a need for a centralised international organisation for AI? We draw on the history of otherExpand
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The fossil fuel divestment game is getting bigger, thanks to the smaller players
Fossil fuel divestment is gathering pace around Australia and the world. More and more individuals and organisations are pulling their investment assets out of companies involved with theExpand
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Bioengineering horizon scan 2020
TLDR
Horizon scanning is intended to identify the opportunities and threats associated with technological, regulatory and social change. Expand
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Assessing Contributions of Major Emitters' Paris‐Era Decisions to Future Temperature Extremes
The likelihood and severity of high‐impact future temperature extremes can be reduced through climate change mitigation efforts. However, meeting the Paris Agreement warming limits requires notablyExpand
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Bypassing the ‘ratification straitjacket’: reviewing US legal participation in a climate agreement
The issue of US ratification of international environmental treaties is a recurring obstacle for environmental multilateralism, including the climate regime. Despite the perceived importance of theExpand
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Better out than in
Continued US membership in the Paris Agreement on climate would be symbolic and have no effect on US emissions. Instead, it would reveal the weaknesses of the agreement, prevent new opportunitiesExpand
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A Climate Treaty Without the US Congress: Using Executive Powers to Overcome the ‘Ratification Straitjacket’
The issue of US ratification of international environmental treaties is a recurring obstacle for environmental multilateralism, including the climate regime. Despite the perceived importance of theExpand
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