COP26 Created New Carbon Market Rules: How Will Arbitration Respond?

The Glasgow climate conference's agreement of Article 6 rules is a major development in carbon markets. In this post on the Kluwer Arbitration Blog, I explore what these decisions mean for the resolution of carbon disputes and reflect on the opportunities for arbitration to contribute to robust and credible markets. COP26

Briefing: The Paris Agreement goal on finance flows

I recently authored a briefing for Legal Response International on the finance flows goal contained in Article 2.1(c) of the Paris Agreement. The briefing paper discusses the scope and legal nature of the goal and its implementation through a variety of international, domestic, public and private processes. The paper is online here.

Technology & NDCs – publication & panel discussion

In November, the Technology Executive Committee and the Climate Technology Centre and Network released their joint publication on "Technology and Nationally Determined Contributions: Stimulating the uptake of technologies in support of NDC implementations". This paper is a result of the first-ever joint activities of the TEC and the CTCN, agreed in 2020, on technology and … Continue reading Technology & NDCs – publication & panel discussion