From Paris to Poland

A Postmortem of the Climate Change Negotiations

in The International Journal of Social Quality
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  • 1 Griffith University t.cadman@griffith.edu.au
  • 2 University of Vienna klaus.radunsky@umweltbundesamt.at
  • 3 Virginia Commonwealth University acsimonelli@vcu.edus
  • 4 University of Southern Queensland tek.maraseni@usq.edu.au
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This article tracks the intergovernmental negotiations aimed at combatting human-induced greenhouse gas emissions under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change from COP21 and the creation of the Paris Agreement in 2015 to COP24 in Katowice, Poland in 2018. These conferences are explored in detail, focusing on the Paris Rulebook negotiations around how to implement market- and nonmarket-based approaches to mitigating climate change, as set out in Article 6 of the Paris Agreement, and the tensions regarding the inclusion of negotiating text safeguarding human rights. A concluding section comments on the collapse of Article 6 discussions and the implications for climate justice and social quality for the Paris Agreement going forward.

The International Journal of Social Quality

(formerly The European Journal of Social Quality)

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