Non-Confidential Summary For the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Watch video here Carbon emissions from the use of fossil fuels are one of the major causes of climate change, threatening disastrous and irreparable harm to the environment and human civilization. Mitigating the impacts of climate change will require reducing worldwide consumption of fossil fuels, yet many governments maintain subsidy programs to assist producers and consumers of fossil fuels.
Proposal for Qatar’s second Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) submissions under the Paris Agreement Clinic: Qatar University, Summer 2019 Beneficiary: Ministry of Municipality and Environment, State of Qatar Executive Summary Full report available here This paper conducts a critical analysis of Qatar’s Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) under the Paris Agreement (PA) as submitted to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) secretaria
It's Necessity and Feasibility Clinic: Graduate Institute, Fall 2018 Beneficiary: Permanent Mission of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu to the World Trade Organization Executive Summary Read the full report here The catastrophic effects of climate change require stronger measures than the existing ones. Despite the success of the Paris Agreement in terms of participation, it is still necessary to undertake stronger and more effective steps to mitigate this phenomenon and furt