EU Climate Diplomacy: Conclusions and Recommendations for Ukraine. - Policy paper. - Expert Advisory Center “Legal Analytics” - 2017 - 39 p.
This policy paper discusses the evolution of global climate diplomacy in 1972-2017 and its modern features. It includes overview of the negotiating process at UNFCCC conferences, difficulties faced to shape a single global climate change policy at international level. The paper also covers main climate change international instruments, such as UNFCCC, Kyoto Protocol and Paris Agreement, as well as EU strategy on climate diplomacy. The paper also covers the development of climate change policy in Ukraine and relevant legal framework. Available in Ukrainian only.
This policy paper was developed under a project “Supporting European reforms in environmental and climate change areas in Ukraine” with financial support of the European Union and the International Renaissance Foundation within a project “Civil Synergy”( http:// www.irf.ua/programs/eu/civicsynergy/). The content of this paper is sole responsibility of the Resource & Analysis Center “Society and Environment” and Expert Advisory Center “Legal Analytics” and does not reflect the views of the European Union and/or International Renaissance Foundation.