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Linking heterogeneous climate policies (consistent with the Paris Agreement)

Mehling, Michael A. and Metcalf, Gilbert E. and Stavins, Robert N. (2018) Linking heterogeneous climate policies (consistent with the Paris Agreement). In: International Cooperation in East Asia to Address Climate Change. Harvard Project on Climate Agreements, Cambridge, Mass., pp. 49-52.

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Abstract

International linkage of regional, national, and subnational climate poli- cies could play an important role in supporting the ramp up of ambition in Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) over time — including, over the longer term, in East Asia — and so contribute to the success of the Paris Agreement.