Global Atmosphere Endeavors Past 2012 Report of the Atmosphere Dialog AT POCANTICO.


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Universal CLIMATE EFFORTS BEYOND 2012 Report of the CLIMATE Dialog AT POCANTICO Presented by Elliot Diringer Pew Center on Global Climate Change at the UNFCCC Dialog on Long-Term Cooperative Action to Address Climate Change Nairobi, Kenya November 16, 2006

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The Dialog Off-line exchanges among 25 senior policymakers and partners from 15 nations on alternatives for propelling the worldwide atmosphere exertion past 2012 Outcome: Ideas and methodologies the gathering all in all trusts deserving of thought by the more extensive strategy group

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Dialog Participants Policymakers Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Japan, Malta, Mexico, Tuvalu, United Kingdom, United States (Senate) Stakeholders Alcoa, BP, DuPont, Eskom, Exelon, Rio Tinto, Toyota; Pew Center, TERI, World Economic Forum

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I. The Case for Action Clear exploratory support for more grounded activity now and over the coming decades Strong monetary method of reasoning for acting now to diminish outflows and grow new advances Delaying activity could increment long haul costs and undermine financial development

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II. Confining the Future Effort Climate change is inalienably a worldwide test; ought to be met with a worldwide reaction UN Framework Convention on Climate Change builds up an establishment, and central managing standards, for a worldwide methodology

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Framing the Future Effort A post-2012 system must: Engage significant economies Provide adaptability for various national techniques and conditions Integrate atmosphere and improvement Couple close term activity, long haul center Address adjustment needs Be seen as reasonable

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Major Economies Top 25 in Population Top 25 in GDP Netherlands, (Taiwan) Thailand Canada, S.Korea, Australia, S.Africa, Spain, Poland, Argentina USA, China, EU25, Russia, India, Japan, Germany, Brazil, UK, Italy, Mexico, France, Indonesia, Iran, Turkey Bangladesh, Nigeria, Viet Nam, Philippines, Ethiopia, Egypt, Congo (DR) Top 25 in Emissions Ukraine, Pakistan S. Arabia

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III. Alternatives for Strengthening Multilateral Action Six Elements: Targets and exchanging Sectoral approaches Policy-based methodologies Technology collaboration Adaptation Aspirational long haul objective

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Linking Elements I: Parallel Tracks Groups of similarly invested nations structure assentions along various tracks Could answer to the Framework Convention Would dispatch activity on different fronts, manufacture certainty, give lessons to future But impromptu blend may not yield a general exertion that is adequately auspicious or strong

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Linking Elements II: An Integrated Approach Linking and arranging crosswise over tracks may create a more adjusted and eager exertion Negotiations could be could appear as successive bartering Critical issue: terms of engagement May need to concur at the start that specific nations arrange inside assigned tracks proper to their conditions

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A Dialog Among Major Economies Need political accord among 15-30 key nations on the nature and extent of future multilateral endeavors Leaders ought to assemble a casual abnormal state discourse to scope out conceivable post-2012 methodologies Dialog, not transaction Any formal understandings would be sought after under the Framework Convention

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Summary Engage significant economies through adaptable system under UNFCCC A coordinated methodology permits more adjusted and aggressive exertion Informal exchange outside UNFCCC to accomplish political agreement

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Report of the CLIMATE Dialog AT POCANTICO accessible in English, Spanish, French, and Chinese at www.pewclimate.org

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