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What To Expect In Doha: An Overview of This Year’s UN Climate Change Negotiations

Here's an overview of the talks and what the results of US elections may mean for the Obama administration’s positions during them.

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We must deliver on commitments like the  G20 fossil fuel subsidies phase-out and build on the success of initiatives like the Climate and Clean Air Coalition and expand conversations to and within multiple forums.  While the Doha meeting will likely end with stepwise progress toward a new international agreement, it is even more important now to look outside the UNFCCC at other forums for overcoming the emissions ambition gap we now face.

 

 

Rebecca Lefton is a policy analyst and Andrew Light is a senior fellow, both working on international climate policy at the Center for American Progress.

 
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