Cambio Climático / Climate Change

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Santiago García Acuña. DT 18/2010 - 14/06/2010. Go to Spanish version

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Rafael Fernández. ARI 94/2010 - 10/06/2010. Go to Spanish version

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Rafael Fernández. ARI 80/2010 - 03/05/2010. Go to Spanish version

Key Strategic Decisions for Europe in Energy and Climate Change (ARI)

Paul Isbell and Federico Steinberg. ARI 76/2010 - 26/4/2010.

Europe’s goal is to design a coherent energy policy, supported by all of its member states, that allows it to blend the international leadership it has already exercised and demonstrated on climate change.

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Fernando M. Tabernero Duque. ARI 70/2010 - 19/04/2010. Go to Spanish version

Climate Change and Business: Eurostar’s Environmental Action Plan and its Communication –Lessons Learnt and Guidelines– (ARI)

Simon Montague. ARI 68/2010 - 12/4/2010.

Businesses are under increasing pressure from customers and governments to reduce their environmental impact. This ARI examines the challenges and benefits of adopting an environmental plan.

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Carlos Garcimartín. ARI 35/2010 - 17/02/2010. Go to Spanish version

Climate Change Talks: Breakdown in Copenhagen; Next Stop, Mexico 2010 (COP 16) (ARI)

Lara Lázaro. ARI 9/2010 - 19/01/2009. Go to Spanish version

This ARI examines the climate change summit held in Copenhagen from 7-18 December 2009: the preparations for it, how it unfolded, the results and the pending challenges.

Spain, Water and Climate Change in COP 15 and Beyond: Aligning Mitigation and Adaptation through Innovation (WP)

Elena Lopez-Gunn. WP 65/2009 - 24/12/2009.

The water/energy nexus opens a range of opportunities to align mitigation and adaptation framed by human security, which prioritises human development. In this context, Spain has an opportunity to play a leading role in realising this potential by pursuing a coherent multilevel strategy specifically designed for water and climate variability and change.

How Can Spain Benefit from a Climate Deal in Copenhagen? (WP)

Rolando Fuentes. WP 62/2009 - 11/12/2009.

Spain, on its own, is not a key player in the negotiations for the potential successor of the Kyoto Protocol that is expected to be ‘politically agreed’ at the Climate Change Summit in Copenhagen.However, Spain can play an important role in that it will occupy the Presidency of the EU during the first half of 2010. Moreover, Spain could influence the negotiations towards win-win situations for the country.