International Policy

Central Asia is one of the most arid regions in the world and is watered nearly entirely by one source: Read more
China’s novel ETS illustrates a positive development in the remit of carbon markets, aimed at achieving the country’s commitment to Read more
This article outlines five unresolved issues of the Paris Agreement. Read more
Article 6 of the Paris Agreement covers the voluntary cooperation that could happen between the countries, private and public entities Read more
Following the first two parts of this series, this article concludes the series by considering the efficacy of the Montreal Read more
So far the Tunisian Nationally Determined Contributions to the Paris agreement have not been ambitious enough to be aligned with Read more
Through its 29 articles, the Paris Agreement commits governments across the world to address the climate crisis through ambitious target Read more
Remember the hole in the ozone layer? Read on to find out the role of the Montreal Protocol in repairing Read more
The United Nations’ SDGs are central to shaping international climate policy. Sustainable development is particularly important in building back greener Read more
This article explores the findings from the latest IPCC Special Reports. Key headlines flag up the climate-related health issues emerging, Read more
Economist William Nordhaus suggests climate clubs as a solution to the voluntary nature of some climate treaties. Read more
A summary and explanation of the 2020 Climate Ambition Summit hosted by the UN, UK and France in partnership with Read more
Boris Johnson revealed his 10 Point Plan, claiming the start of a ‘green industrial revolution’ and promising to set the Read more
This is a system in which meeting targets and using the mechanisms involved gave you tradable carbon allowances; notoriously oversupplying Read more
Adopted in 1997, it came into effect in 2005: the first to give GHG emissions reductions targets per country to Read more