International Climate Policy

Here you’ll find our articles on COP26, Key Agreements and many more!


By Hattie Hammans and Robin Fontaine The following article is part of the fit for 55 series, analysing all policies, ... read more
In this interview ClimaTalk spoke with Sonia Roschnik and Anna Fuhrmann, from Health Care Without Harm (HCWH) to discuss projects ... read more
Out of all international organisations, the EU is considered to have some of the most extensive climate protection laws, and ... read more
What is President Biden’s American Jobs Plan (AJP)? A bipartisan group of senators worked on negotiating the infrastructure bill, which ... read more
Adopted in July 2021, the EU forest strategy is the European Union’s plan to improve the quantity and quality of ... read more
In the run up to the next COP, the previous year’s Presidency and the incoming Presidency work together to set ... read more
As part of the European Union's (EU) Green Deal legislation, a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) has been proposed that ... read more
There is some evidence of non-state actors engagement in climate mitigation and adaptation, but is still limited. Non-state actors are ... read more
Its Emissions Trading System is central to the EU’s efforts in reducing power and industrial emissions. In the cap-and-trade system, ... read more
Non-state actors may not be Parties to the UNFCCC but they still play an important role in international climate politics. ... read more