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FNI Climate Policy PerspectivesFNI Launches New Publication Series on Climate Policy

(21.11.2011) Today FNI, in cooperation with the German Perspectives GmbH, launches its new briefing paper series on climate policy: FNI Climate Policy Perspectives.

The series is edited by FNI Senior Research Fellow Anna Korppoo.

The series will publish 6-8 papers per year, mostly based on research by FNI and Perspectives.

Anna Korppoo> Go to the FNI Climate Policy Perspectives website

"The FNI Climate Policy Perspectives briefing paper series aims at providing fresh policy-relevant viewpoints to global climate action. The series contributes to the discussion on the design of structures facilitating international climate cooperation, both inside and outside the UN climate regime, as well as the domestic developments and positions of the key players," says Anna Korppoo.


The first three reports in the series are already available:


Japan After the Quake: Prospects for Climate Policy

By Alexandru Luta

FNI Climate Policy Perspectives 1
October 2011
Japan After the Quake: Climate Policy Shaken?
   

Dangers of the Endgame: Engaging Russia and Ukraine during the Gap

By Anna Korppoo and Olga Gassan-zade

FNI Climate Policy Perspectives 2
November 2011
Dangers of the Endgame: Engaging Russia and Ukraine during the Gap
   

Driving Meaningful Adaptation Action through an Adaptation Market Mechanism

By Sonja Butzengeiger-Geyer, Michel Köhler and Axel Michaelowa

FNI Climate Policy Perspectives 3
November 2011
Driving Meaningful Adaptation Action through an Adaptation Market Mechanism


The FNI Climate Policy Perspectives series is funded jointly by FNI, Perspectives and Jørund Buen through his investment company.

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Further information:
   Go to the FNI Climate Policy Perspectives website
   Contact person: Anna Korppoo
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