A Guide to the International Climate Change Negotiations
This paper examines the negotiations to be held at the Copenhagen Climate Summit and promotes a deeper public understanding of the process. From the expansion of international carbon markets to proposals for curbing tropical deforestation, the paper elucidates the key issues to be negotiated in Copenhagen and outlines the positions of the various countries and groups to each issue. The authors also explain the Conference's processes, weigh the likely outcomes and consider its potential implications for Australia and beyond.
© 2009 Lowy Institute for International Policy
Greg Picker, Fergus Green