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Equity in the 2015 Climate Agreement

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Lessons From Differential Treatment in Multilateral Environmental Agreements

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The success of the negotiations under the adp will depend, among other things, on a common understanding of equitable sharing of efforts and benefits. An equitable climate regime needs to be based on differentiation that is flexible and dynamic and only granted on a temporary basis. Finding reliable yet flexible and dynamic ways for allocating rights and responsibilities accordingly may be the main and toughest task in multilateral environmental treaty-making. This article anslyses differentiation in various multilateral environmental agreements and identifies ways for differentiating between states that could be helpful in a climate context.

Affiliations: 1: Professor, University of Oslo, Department of Public and International Law, Center of Excellence: Pluricourts,


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