This OIES Energy and Environment Working Paper is the third and final study on resource allocation which Dr Benito Müller has been engaged in over the past year – the previous papers being on the Allocation of (Adaptation) Resources: (September 2013) and on Quantity Performance Payment by Results: (July 2013). This Working Paper looks at […]
The fight against climate change needs the full engagement of developing countries. And for this to happen argues Luis Gomez-Echeverri national institutions with the capacity to identify priorities and manage the resources for action are urgently needed. The report focuses on the institutional needs and best practices already found.
In the current negotiations on the future institutional arrangements for international public climate change finance one of the most controversial issues that divides developed and developing countries is the concept of being ‘under the authority of the COP’. In this OIES Energy and Environment Comment Dr. Benito Müller. looks into how this controversy could be […]
The debate on institutional arrangements for climate finance. In this Oxford Energy and Environment Comment Dr Benito Müller Director Energy & Environment at OIES looks into the possibility of a compromise between the factions of the current debate on the institutional arrangements and governance of climate finance.
Mutual distrust can seriously endanger international relations. In the first of the re-launched OIES website comments, Dr Benito Müller exposes the unfortunate deep divisions between Europe and many lesser developed countries in some key negotiations of the UN climate change convention’s Subsidiary Bodies which were held in Bonn, Germany 17-26 May
A recent World Bank Report estimates that ‘climate-proofing’ investments in developing countries – excluding additional investment needed to reduce the exposure to current climate risks and climate related damage that will have already occurred – will cost between $9 and $41 billion annually. In this background paper prepared for the Gleneagles Dialogue, Dr Benito Müller […]
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