COP15: Hvor stod den Afrikanske Union explores the position of the African Union (AU) at the international climate change negotiations, as expressed in the African Common Position on Climate Change (ACPCC). The position comprises the content of the ACPCC, the motives for their demands, and the obstacles the AU met during the negotiations at COP15. The conclusion of the report states that the AU was weakly positioned in the negotiations. The ACPCC is explored on base of the regimes, and the demands are found to be based on, among others, the Convention, the Bali Action Plan and reports from the IPCC. The analysis responds to the subjects behind the demands of the ACPCC, and is based on a hermeneutic epistemology. Therefore, understanding has been of great importance to the working process.
|Uddannelser||Basis - Samfundsvidenskabelig Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis|
|Udgivelsesdato||12 jun. 2010|
- Copenhagen Accord
- Climate Change
- African Union