Program

Future Actions Dialogue

An International Climate Treaty for Post-2012 As international climate change negotiations center on a post-2012 framework, CCAP continues to participate in the discussion through its Future Actions Dialogue (FAD). This program brings together senior climate change negotiators worldwide from 30-40 developed and developing countries for an open and inclusive discussion of producing practical options for... continue reading »

Program

CCAP at Doha COP18

COP18 in Doha, Qatar CCAP participated at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (UNFCCC) 18th Conference of the Parties (COP), held in Doha, Qatar from Nov. 26 through Dec. 7, 2012. As part of these international climate change negotiations, CCAP hosted a side event to showcase progress made on nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMAs) throughout... continue reading »

Program

CCAP at Durban COP17

COP17 in Durban, South Africa CCAP participated in the 2011 United Nations Climate Change Conference (UNFCCC) Conference of the Parties (COP), which was held in Durban, South Africa from Nov. 28 through Dec. 9, 2011. The intense negotiations of COP17 produced the Durban Platform, an agreement to negotiate a new international instrument that would create... continue reading »

Blog Post

Whither Copenhagen?

When Barack Obama and his counterparts arrived in Copenhagen, they each found a surprise – line diplomats had not been able to set the table effectively for their interaction.  Whereas Presidents often arrive at such international gatherings with the expectation that they will say grace over the offerings prepared by their negotiators and perhaps decide... continue reading »

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The silent participant

The business community’s presence appears to be pushed aside by more flamboyant NGOs. Members are diverse: from carbon emitters to carbon aggregators, banks, utility companies, technology providers, auditors, verifiers, monitoring companies, climate consulting and data management firms among others. All of them see their revenues affected in some degree by decisions made at COP 15.... continue reading »