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COP25: Towards multi-speed multilateralism

By Cristina Narbona / 20 December, 2019

The result of the COP 25 should not be judged in a binary way: success or failure. On the contrary, the complexity of our world has been revealed.

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The Spanish repetition of the COP15 in Copenhagen

By Jo Leinen / 20 December, 2019

The disaster of COP15 in Copenhagen repeated itself ten years . Egoistic national interests are still blocking the necessary consensus.

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COP25 – First Conclusions and future challenges

By Javi López / 20 December, 2019

In leading the climate action, the EU is also playing a role in defending its multilateral vision of international relations.

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Shadows and lights at Madrid’s COP25

By Stephany Griffith-Jones / 20 December, 2019

Important progress was nevertheless made at COP25 on how to most effectively use institutions like public development banks to fund the transition to a zero carbon economy by 2050

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From COP 25 to the European Green Deal: Can Europe break up the climate impasse?

By Maria João Rodrigues / 19 December, 2019

When the outcomes of the COP25 were disappointing, despite a large mobilisation of citizens and NGOs, the European Green Deal was the best news.

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Climate Justice emergency also at COP25

By Jo Leinen / 6 December, 2019

Climate Justice : the poor should not have to pay the bill while the rich have the money to continue a wasteful lifestyle.

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