Series routledge studies in environmental policy this book explores in detail the involvement of the eu in international climate talks from the late 1980s to the present focusing in particular on. The european union in international climate change negotiations routledge studies in environmental policy amazonde afionis stavros fremdsprachige bucher. The eu has been portrayed as a leader in international climate change negotiations its role in the development of the climate change regime as well as the adoption of novel policy instruments such as the eu emissions trading scheme in 2005 are frequently put forward as indicative of a determination to push the international climate agenda forward however there are numerous instances where the eu has failed to achieve its climate change objectives eg the 2009 copenhagen conference of . This book which has been written by leading experts offers a critical analysis of the eu leadership role in international climate change politics it focuses on the main eu institutions core eu member states and central societal actors businesses and environmental ngos it also contains an external perspective of the eus climate change leadership role with chapters on china india and the usa as well as norway four core themes addressed in the book are leadership multilevel and . This book explores in detail the involvement of the eu in international climate talks from the late 1980s to the present focusing in particular on the negotiations leading up to copenhagen this conference witnessed the demise of the top down approach in climate change policy and dealt a serious blow to the eus leadership ambitions this book explores the extent to which negotiation theory could help with better comprehending the obstacles that prevented the eu from getting
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