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June 20 2014

FEEM Re3: "Can Research Support Climate Negotiation Processes and Policy?"



How can we achieve international cooperation for enforceable treaties? How should such treaties be structured? How effective would polycentric approaches be in reaching solutions? These are among the topics discussed during the workshop on Climate Change and Public Goods on June 9-10 by Valentina Bosetti, Carlo Carraro, Astrid Dannenberg, Partha Dasgupta, Ottmar Edenhoffer, Michael Finus, Philipp M. Hannam, Bard Harstad, Michael Hoel, Simon Levin, and Alessandro Tavoni. Here is a brief recap of the main lessons learned.


Review of Environment, Energy and Economics - Re3

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