Global Energy and CO2s: Defection Risk

Jan-Erik Lane

Abstract


It is fair to judge that the UNFCCC’s COP23 in Bonn this fall ended in nothing. Thus far, there is no implementation plan or set of management strategies for the COP21 TREATY in Paris 2015. Instead, a new reunion has been called for 2018 in Polish Katowice, with its huge coal mines-Poland relies almost to 70 % on coal. At the same time, Germany acknowledges that it cannot cut back coal as promised, but I will close atomic power stations down! Here, we examine the defection option against the COP21 Treaty. Other nations may be tempted by reneging.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/elp.v1n1p1

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