| FNI PROJECTS
Alternatives to the Kyoto Protocol: Possibilities and
The objective of the project is to discuss the
ongoing development of negotiations on a climate regime and the implementation
of the commitments that have been agreed upon. This is partly done by studying
the negotiation process itself, partly through more detailed studies of the
Project leader: Steinar Andresen
Bang, Guri, Gørild
Heggelund and Jonas Vevatne, Shifting
Strategies in the Global Climate Negotiations. FNI Report 6/2005.
Lysaker, FNI, 2005, 30 p.
Bang, Guri, Andreas Tjernshaugen and Steinar
Andresen, 'Future US Climate Policy: International Re-engagement?'
International Studies Perspectives, Vol 6, 2005, pp.
Christiansen, Atle Chr., 'The role of Flexibility Mechanisms in
EU Climate Strategy: Lessons Learned and Future Challenges'. International
Environmental Agreements, Vol 4, 2004, pp. 27-46.
Hovi, Jon, Tora
Skodvin and Steinar Andresen, 'The
Persistence of the Kyoto Protocol: Why Other Annex I Countries Move on Without
the US'. Global Environmental Politics, Vol 3, No 4, 2003, pp.
Tangen, Kristian and Gørild Heggelund,
'Will the Clean Development
Mechanism be Effectively Implemented in China?'. Climate Policy, Vol
3, No 3, 2003, pp. 303-307.
Moe, Arild, Kristian Tangen, Vladimir Berdin
and Oleg Pluzhnikov,
Trading and Green Investments in Russia'. Energy and Environment,
Vol 14, No 6, 2003, pp. 841-858.
Agrawala, Shardul and Steinar Andresen
(eds.), 'Special Issue, National Climate Policies: Evolution, Drivers and
Future Prospects'. Energy and Environment, Vol 12, Nos 2-3,
Agrawala, Shardul and Steinar Andresen, 'Two Level Games and the
Future of the Climate Regime'. Energy and Environment, Vol 12, Nos 2-3,
Agrawala, Shardul and Steinar Andresen, 'US Climate
Policy: Evolution and Future Prospects'. Energy and Environment, Vol 12,
Nos 2-3, 2001, pp. 117-137.
Wettestad, Jørgen, 'The Ambiguous
Prospects for EU Climate Policy - A Summary of Options'. Energy and
Environment, Vol 12, Nos 2-3, 2001, pp. 139-165.
Moe, Arild and
Kristian Tangen, 'Russian Climate Policies: More than Hot Air?'. Energy and
Environment, Vol 12, Nos 2-3. pp. 181-197, 2001.
Gørild Heggelund and Jørund Buen,
'China's Climate Change Policy: At a
Turning Point?'. Energy and Environment, Vol 12, Nos 2-3, 2001, pp.
The Research Council of