Back on the road? International climate policy after Durban
The international climate conference in Durban ended with a broad agreement to negotiate a global treaty on climate mitigation. This is to be signed by 2015 and in force by 2020. All major emitters have agreed to this, but the legal status of a future deal – and whether it will produce timely mitigation effects – remain in question. Is international climate policy back on the road? Or is this the beginning of the end of traditional multilateral climate diplomacy?
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