Policy Report
The Climate Regime Beyond 2012: Reconciling Asian Developmental Priorities and Global Climate Interests
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English

The Climate Regime Beyond 2012: Reconciling Asian Developmental Priorities and Global Climate Interests

Editor: 
2008-02

This report summarises the findings from the third round of the Asia-Pacific multi-stakeholder consultations on climate regime beyond 2012 (held in New Delhi and Beijing) where four specific themes of importance to the region and the future climate regime (sectoral approaches, technology development and transfer, adaptation financing and mainstreaming, and developmental co-benefits of climate actions) were discussed.

<Contents>
Foreword
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations and Acronyms
Executive Summary
Recommendations
1. Introduction
2. Sectoral Approaches: Prospects and Challenges in Asia
3. International Technology Cooperation for Addressing Climate Change: Political Feasibility and Implications for Asia
4. Mainstreaming and Financing of Adaptation to Climate Change
5. Recognising and Rewarding Co-benefits in the Post-2012 Climate Regime: Implications for Developing Asia

Appendices
A. Agenda for Consultations
B. Participating Organisations
C. Adaptation Questionnaire
D. Co-benefits Questionnaire

Remarks:

Asian Perspectives on Climate Regime Beyond 2012: Concerns, Interests and Priorities
(The results of the first round of the consultations in 2005)
http://pub.iges.or.jp/modules/envirolib/view.php?docid=169

Asian Aspirations For Climate Regime Beyond 2012
(The results of the second round of the consultations in 2006)
http://pub.iges.or.jp/modules/envirolib/view.php?docid=535

(Hayama, Japan) Page Information:
111
ISBN/ISSN:
978-4-88788-042-9