In this Oxford Energy and Environment comment Dr Benito Müller (Director Energy and Environment at OIES) discusses some of the key options regarding how the (adaptation) quick start funding pledged under the Copenhagen Accord should be managed if we are to avoid a further deterioration of trust between the developed and the developing world.
Strategies for Greater Energy Security and Resource Security by Dr. Robert Skinner to Finance Deputies of the G20 countries’ Energy and Resources Seminar in Banff, Alberta, 16–18 June 2006 and
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