Tag: Durban

  • Peering into the future fog of CO2 – how road maps can help

    By: David Buchan

    The term ‘road map’ is proliferating in energy and climate policy to denote any policy or aspiration projected into the future. Connie Hedegaard, Europe’s environment commissioner, hailed the Durban conference agreement as a ‘road map’ to an eventual global climate deal. This contrasts with the far more detailed road maps that she and her European […]

  • The Green Climate Fund

    By: Farrukh Khan

    In this Oxford Energy and Environment Brief, Farrukh Khan – lead climate negotiator for Pakistan, and Chair of the Adaptation Fund Board – discusses what will need to be done in the time up to the next UN climate change conference in Durban, South Africa (December 2011), in order to bring the talks on climate […]

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