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30 November 2015
20 Jan 2012
COP 17 and what is to be done about mitigation
The climate negotiations in Durban led to agreement on four broad things. The negotiators agreed to continue under the Kyoto Protocol for a few more years. At the same time, a new agreement will be...
20 Nov 2009
Going for broke in Copenhagen
The future of the climate change regime is to be decided in Copenhagen. It is not looking pretty. The US is not ready to put a firm number to the emission cuts it knows it must do. The European...
23 Oct 2009
Climate policy by trade war?
Will climate policy in future be conducted through trade measures? A worrying scenario is that the current approach – negotiating climate change multilaterally, through the United Nations (UN) –...
18 Sep 2009
Reflections on Green Paper on national strategic planning
National strategic planning holds huge promise. It could unite many parts of South Africa in moving towards a common national vision of development. Much depends on how it will be implemented. But,...
19 Jun 2009
SA must aspire to a C-lean, job-rich economy
Our country is facing many challenges – creating jobs for the poor, keeping the lights on, battling climate change and all that in the transition to a new administration and in midst of the global...
20 Mar 2009
Climate change and election 2009
This year, for the first time, climate change is an election issue in South Africa, although it is by no means dominating the platforms of parties. Many voters will be preoccupied with poverty,...

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