Climate policy after the Paris 2015 climate conference

  title={Climate policy after the Paris 2015 climate conference},
  author={J. Vi{\~n}uales and J. Depledge and D. Reiner and Emma Lees},
  journal={Climate Policy},
  pages={1 - 8}
  • J. Viñuales, J. Depledge, +1 author Emma Lees
  • Published 2017
  • Political Science
  • Climate Policy
  • The landmark 2015 Paris Agreement, adopted to widespread acclaim at the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP 21) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), reflects profound political cleavages and tensions, which were already condensed, even camouflaged, in the wording of the mandate that launched the negotiations, as set out in the 2011 Durban Platform for Enhanced Action. Of particular note are the opaque formulations defining both the mandate assigned to… CONTINUE READING
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