The Global Climate Regime 1992-2016 : Shifting Norms, Changing Structures and Moving Targets
"What we have now in the Paris Agreement is in part shaped by three big longer term developments: The first one is a shift in the collective understanding of common but differentiated responsibilities. The second one is the change in the structure of the climate regime and the blending of the traditional treaty based modes with other, more bottom-up, approaches. The third on is a range of movements with respect to the emission targets."
The Global Climate Regime 1992-2016. Shifting Norms, Changing Structures and Moving Targets. 2016.
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