Author(s): Hallding, K., M. Olsson, A. Atteridge, A. Vihma, M. Carson and M. Román.
In: Hallding, K., M. Olsson, A. Atteridge, A. Vihma, M. Carson and M. Román. 2011. Together Alone: BASIC countries and the climate change conundrum. Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen. TemaNord 2011:530.
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Together Alone: BASIC countries and the climate change conundrum
Yet this is a superficial view: for real insight into the BASIC group’s approach, it is necessary to grasp the development concerns of each country and the geopolitical value they see in cooperation. As four separate states, it is domestic policy priorities that condition how far they can work together, and what they can contribute to climate discussions.
This report from SEI arrives at a more nuanced understanding of the BASIC cooperation. Such an understanding is crucial if international climate negotiations are to succeed.
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