|1||Introduction, and global environmental treaty-making: How should we judge the outcomes? (Susskind)|| |
Kousky, Carolyn, Olga Rostapshova, Mike Toman, and Richard Zeckhauser. "Responding to Threats of Climate Change Mega-Catastrophes." Washington, DC: Resources for the Future, October, 2009. (PDF)
|2||The politics: North-South relations, role of civil society; role of international business interests (Susskind)|| |
Najam, Adil, Ioli Christopoulou, and William Moomaw. "The Emergent 'System' of Global Environmental Governance." Global Environmental Politics 4, no. 4 (2004).
Prins, and Rayner. "Time to Ditch Kyoto." Nature 449 (October 25, 2007): 973-975.
Najam, Adil. "Dynamics of the Southern Collective." Global Environmental Politics 4, no. 3 (2004).
Schreurs, M. "International Environmental Negotiations, the State, and Environmental NGOs in Japan." The Global Development Research Center, 1996.
|3||The negotiations: Multi-party negotiations and the problems of treaty enforcement (Susskind)|| |
Susskind, Lawrence E., Boyd W. Fuller, Michèle Ferenz, and David Fairman. "Multistakeholder Dialogue at the Global Scale." International Negotiation 8 (2003): 235-266.
Zartman, William. "International Environmental Negotiation: Challenges of Analysis and Practice." Negotiation Journal 8, no. 2 (April 1992): 113-123.
|4||The science: What role for science and scientists? (Moomaw)|| |
Moomaw, William. The History of Climate Change and Climate Science. The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. IPCC Fourth Assessment Report.
InterAcademy Council. "InterAcademy Council Report Recommends Fundamental Reform of IPCC Management Structure." Review of the IPCC, 2010.
Dozier, K. "'Climate Gate' Casts Cloud on Change Meeting." CBS News, 2009.
Lambert, Tim. "Climate Scientists Vindicated Yet Again." ScienceBlogs, 2010.
Adam, D."'Climategate' Review Clears Scientists of Dishonesty Over Data." Guardian News and Media, 2010.
|5||Simulation activity: The chlorine game||No readings|
Climate treaty making: 1988- 2009 (Moomaw)
Discussion of chlorine treaty simulation results (Susskind & Moomaw)
Text of the UNFCC Convention. United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Kyoto Protocol of the UNFCC. United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
The "Rio Conventions"- Climate Change, Biodiversity, and Desertification. United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Moomaw, W., K. Ramakrishna, K. Gallagher, and T. Freid. "The Kyoto Protocol: A Blueprint for Sustainable Development." Journal of Environment and Development 26 (1999): 159-166.
|7||Copenhagen evaluations - short student presentations (Susskind & Moomaw)|| |
Dubash, N. K. "Copenhagen: Climate of Mistrust." Economic and Political Weekly (EPW) 54, no. 52 (December 2009): 8-1
"Report: The Copenhagen Accord: A Stepping Stone?" World Wildlife Fund.
|8||Copenhagen evaluations – presentations (cont.) (Susskind & Moomaw)||No readings|
|9||Status of the Cancun round of negotiations (Moomaw)|| |
"Joint Statement Issued at the Conclusion of the Fifth BASIC Ministerial Meeting on Climate Change." Ministry of Environment and Forests, Climate Change Division, Government of India.
|Student Presentations -- outlines|
|10||(Susskind & Moomaw)||No readings|
|11||(Susskind & Moomaw)||No readings|
|Final Student Presentations|
|12||(Susskind & Moomaw)||No readings|
|13||(Susskind & Mommaw)||No readings|
|14||(Susskind & Moomaw)||No readings|
|15||Remaining student presentations/concluding discssion/last possible day to hand in final papers/class dinner||No readings|
The Multilaterals Project. The Fletcher School, Tufts University.
Background Information on International Relations:
Axelrod, Robert, and Robert Keohane. Cooperation Under Anarchy. Princeton University Press, 1986.
Background Information on International Negotiation:
Background Information on International Environmental Law or Management: