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.
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