Posts tagged with 'non-state'

  • Connecting the dots: Connect At COP!

    Until the Paris COP, the climate debate was largely focused on the direction and policy framework of an agreement. With the signing of the Paris agreement, the call to action was broadened to include many stakeholders and sectors, yet, the agreement alone will not protect us from the most dangerous ...
    Posted 20-10-2017 By: Katja Eisbrenner Category: Energy & Climate Policy Comments: 0
  • What Paris is likely to deliver

    Prospects look bright for the Paris Climate Summit. The sole fact that this year’s Conference of the Parties (COP) will start with the government leaders meeting instead of finishing with it, is promising, writes Rolf de Vos. If the more than 80 world leaders who will gather in Paris, including Obam...
    Posted 24-11-2015 By: Category: Energy & Climate Policy Comments: 0
  • Non-state actors account for growing share of emission reductions

    International climate initiatives by non-state actors account for roughly half of the emission reductions pledged by governments, according to our recent assessment for UNEP. Cities and regions provide the larger part of these efforts, companies about a quarter. That is not yet enough to bridge the ...
    Posted 13-07-2015 By: Category: Energy & Climate Policy Comments: 0
  • Four reasons for business to follow the Paris process

    This blog post was written by Maarten Neelis and Rolf de Vos. Most companies pay little attention to the complex processes going on within the UN climate negotiations. There are, however, good reasons why companies should follow the Paris process, and especially the “intended nationally determined ...
    Posted 11-06-2015 By: Maarten Neelis Category: Energy & Carbon Efficiency Comments: 0