Tailwinds, headwinds and wild cards for climate action after Paris

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Nick Mabey, E3G
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Nick Mabey, E3G

As the Paris Climate Agreement enters into force it is time to reflect on how the politics of climate change are evolving

The Paris Agreement marks a break from the past. Argument over rules is largely over even though there are still important details to agree. Although it was the best deal available, the regime is far...

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