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Climate Change Negotiations - Can Asia Change the Game?
Can Asia Change The Game? provides a concise overview of Asia's concerns, aspirations, and responsibilities for the post-2012 global climate change agreement. It draws on contributions from experts in the region in and around the world articulating the key issues related to encouraging Asia's meaningful participation in negotiating and implementing this agreement. The editors and authors also provide a series of specific recommendations for climate negotiators, policy-makers, and stakeholders regarding how to build cooperation within the region and between Asia and the West in developing an effective and equitable global climate change solution. Key issues examined include overall principles, 'co-benefits' strategies, forests, food and water, equity, cities, energy efficiency, trade, markets and international negotiations.
  • Political Commitment
  • Target
  • Monitor & Evaluate
  • Reporting
  • People
  • Policy
  • Renewables
Type of resource:
  • Case Study
  • Study
  • Print resource
  • Awareness raising
  • General information
Author: Christine Loh, Andrew Stevenson, Simon Tay
Publisher: CIVIC Exchange
Published in: 2007
Relevant for:
  • China
  • Asia
  • Climate change
  • English
Free to use: Yes
Terms of use / copyright info:
Civic Exhange and SIIA
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