Negotiating Effective Institutions Against Climate Change

@inproceedings{GOLLIERa2015NegotiatingEI,
  title={Negotiating Effective Institutions Against Climate Change},
  author={CHRISTIAN GOLLIERa and JEAN TIROLEa},
  year={2015}
}
  • CHRISTIAN GOLLIERa, JEAN TIROLEa
  • Published 2015
In environmental matters, the free riding generated by the lack of collective action is aggravated by concerns about leakages and by the desire to receive compensation in future negotiations. The dominant “pledge-and-review” approach to mitigation will deliver appealing promises and renewed victory statements, only to prolong the waiting game. The climate change global commons problem will be solved only through coherent carbon pricing. We discuss the roadmap for the negotiation process… CONTINUE READING

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