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- DocumentInternational Energy Agency, 2015This report assesses the effect of recent low-carbon energy developments and the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) proposed so far.DocumentInternational Institute for Environment and Development, 2015The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will define the priorities of the UN’s development agenda beyond 2015. But the reality of climate change impacts will render these aspirational goals almost impossibly challenging for the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) unless the current level of ambition in development and climate action is urgently increased.Document
The institutionalisation of climate policy in India: designing a development-focused, co-benefits based approachCentre for Policy Research, New Delhi, 2015This paper examines climate policy in India, its coordination, design and implementation.DocumentMitigation Action Plans and Scenarios, 2015This research article seeks to address two legal issues in the 2015 international climate change negotiations: the 'legal form' and the 'legal nature'.DocumentCentre for International Governance Innovation, 2015This policy brief proposes six changes that could improve the international climate change negotiating process at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and facilitate consensual outcomes.DocumentBrookings Institution, 2015This paper aims to better understand the link between Latin American countries’ proposed climate actions before 2020 and their post-2020 targets under a Paris agreement.DocumentThe Centre for People and Forests, 2015This report argues that the outcomes of COP 20, which was held in Lima, Peru in 2014, are expected to have a significant impact on developments in the field of forests and climate change over the coming year.DocumentNordic Council of Ministers, 2015This report focuses on accounting rules and procedures which will dictate how progress is tracked for various possible types of mitigation contributions that might be included in the 2015 climate change agreement and how their achievement will be determined.DocumentInstitut du développement durable et des relations internationales (IDDRI) / Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations, 2015This working paper aims to stimulate the debate around the transparency system in the new climate regime.Document
Building toward breakthrough: Energizing the Paris 2015 climate negotiations and Post-Paris Action Agenda through broader engagementYale Center for Environmental Law and Policy, Yale University, 2015This working paper argues that raising the trajectory of the 2015 Climate Change Agreement to be concluded in December in Paris demands fresh thinking and an action agenda that goes beyond previous efforts.