WRI Working Paper – Summary of UNFCCC Submissions

[tweetmeme http://www.URL.com%5D The World Resources Institute has issued a new working paper titled „Summary of UNFCCC Submissions.“  The current working paper is a summary of Party submissions to the AWG-LCA from April 2010 through May 2010 (it does not include country submissions on the Copenhagen Accord). As usual, the WRI has done a good job of compiling a large data set into a short, concise and easily understandable format, for both the casual reader and the policy maker.

These tables summarize various aspects of Party submissions and categorizes them into three main sections. Section I captures proposals on the transparency and review of actions, Section II outlines views on the MRV, governance and sources of finance, and Section III summarizes views on the legal aspects of an agreed outcome. The dates in parentheses indicate the date of the submissions reviewed by the authors. The final page lists the acronyms used in the tables. Please note that these tables represent WRI’s interpretation of a selection of Party submissions, and do not necessarily reflect the complete views of the Parties.

Read the full working paper by clicking here.

Citation: Summary of UNFCCC Submissions, April 19, 2010 – May 26, 2010, World Resources Institute, 2010

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