The MAPS Programme, which ran from 2010 to 2015, sought to build national scenarios to inform action towards a lower emissions future in four Latin American countries: Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Peru. The aim was to help combat climate change while fostering development, through contributing to an emerging body of knowledge with a long-term impact on policy making, planning and the institutionalisation of climate mitigation strategies.
November 7, 2013//Outputs, Papers, Tools, Methods & Models
Prof. P.R. Shukla presents a review of linked modelling for the assessment of mitigation actions and low carbon development strategies.
May 21, 2015//Equity & Climate Negotiations, Outputs, Papers
This paper seeks to address two critical legal issues in the on-going UN negotiations for a 2015 climate agreement. In addressing the issue of ‘legal form’, it identifies the instruments that will likely form part of the Paris package. In addressing the ‘legal nature’ the paper considers the nature and scope of contributions, the options for housing them and their relationship to the 2015 agreement.