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AIXG final paper Nov 2005: "Climate Mitigation: Integrating Approaches for Future International Co-operation", C. Philibert
Synthesizes insights from six country case studies that review climate change impacts, analyse relevant national plans and aid investments in terms of climate risks, and examine key systems where climate change is closely intertwined with development.
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This paper provides a comprehensive repertory of approaches for future international co-operation in climate change mitigation, based on the literature. Its headlines gather proposals made by various authors that share the main basic features.
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Opinion article published in The Japan Times deals with ways to continue the complex and painstakingly slow process of negociating international commitments to reduce greenhouse emissions and actively mainstreaming climate change and its impact into sectoral policies, development projects and international aid portfolios.
The objective was to bring the climate and development c
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Intervention by Kiyo Akasaka, OECD Deputy Secretary-General UNFCCC 9th Conference of the Parties (COP9)Milan, 10 December 2003
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This case study was conducted in parallel with six other country case studies in Latin, America, Africa and the South Pacific region as part of the Development and Climate Change Project.
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This document outlines the analytical framework for an OECD project on Development and Climate Change.
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This paper presents a preliminary exploration of how changes to agricultural practices can contribute to the achievement of reductions in greenhouse gas emissions in OECD countries, and an examination of some of the policies in place that encourage these practices.
This informal expert meeting, held 13-14 March in Paris, combined experts from both the climate policy (largely adaptation experts) and the development policy communities. Participants from developing and developed countries, and from relevant i...