I’m going to have to admit, I had some very ambitious ideas about pacing for this newsletter. Putting out two originally reported articles a week on my own is just too much at this point. Perhaps if there were a faster flow of information, but…that’s not happening
The shift from fossil fuels to green tech threatens to upend the world’s energy economy, and although it’s hard to predict exactly who will end up on top of the green tech supply chain, some countries, like Indonesia, fueled by Chinese investors, are working hard to become dominant.
Cuban Ambassador Pedro Luis Pedroso Cuesta has been one of his country’s lead negotiators on climate issues for decades. This month he is returning to Cuba and stepping down as president of the G77+China coalition and as his country’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations. As leader
Last week I spoke with Dr. Carola Klöck, an assistant professor of political science at SciencesPo Paris, who researches international climate negotiations and last year edited, “Coalitions in the Climate Change Negotiations”, a collection of scholarly essays on past climate negotiation tactics. Other than actual negotiators, she’s probably one