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The book in detail

buy lisinopril 10 mg online In December 2015, history was written in Paris. For the first time, the world climate conference decided on a climate protection agreement that holds all countries to account. The global community hereby committed itself under international law to limit global warming to under 2 degrees. But what is the Paris Agreement worth? What are its strengths and what kind of challenges does the global community face? What are the risks? What political response is necessary? In this book, more than 40 experts from science, politics, media and NGOs – most of them internationally acclaimed – analyse the background, contents and consequences of the new world climate agreement.

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Contributions

Foreword

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Climate change needs transnational policies

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Time to set the course: A social-ecological transformation

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Michael Müller, former Secretary of State and Chairman of Naturefriends Germany (“Naturfreunde”)

Part 1: The global climate treaty and its history

The outcomes of Paris – an overview

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The discovery of warm skies

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The long road of recognition

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The rocky road of climate diplomacy

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From Copenhagen to Paris

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Part 2: Science

The Paris paradox

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Coordinated CO2 prices: Further development of the Paris Agreement

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Christian Flachsland, Assistant Professor of Climate & Energy Governance at the Hertie School of Governance
Ulrike Kornek, Research Assistant at the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC)

Climate protection needs a new narrative

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Carbonisation of global environment policies or ecosystem-based sustainability?

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Paris as a treaty between the worlds

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New political and economic opportunities

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Dealing with uncertainty

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The journey into the Anthropocene

Reinhold Leinfelder, Founding Director of the House of the Future in Berlin and former Director General of the Museum of Natural History Berlin
Rüdiger Haum, former Research Assistant at the German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU) and Research Assistant at the House of the Future Berlin

We need “earth system surveillance”

Volker Mosbrugger, Director General of the Senckenberg Nature Research Society

Searching for leading climate protection coalitions

Hermann E. Ott, a former member of the German Bundestag, the climate policy spokesperson for the Greens, a member of the Study Commission on Growth, Wellbeing and Quality of Life as well as Vice-Chairman of the German Environment Foundation

We need a sustainable alliance

Holger Rogall, Director of the Institute for Sustainability (INa) at the HWR Berlin and Head of the Institute for Sustainable Economy (INÖk)

Words of intent must be followed by actions

Sabine Schlacke, a judge at Bremen Constitutional Court and a member of the German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU)

A new climate policy paradigm?

Lukas Hermwille, Research Fellow at the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
Uwe Schneidewind, President of the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy in Wuppertal and a member of the Club of Rome

Triumph of the nation states

Frank Uekötter, Reader in Environmental Humanities, University of Birmingham

Part 3: State and politics

Green light for global transformation

Jochen Flasbarth, Secretary of State at the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) and former President of the Federal Environment Agency

195 states join together for climate protection

Maria Krautzberger, President of the Federal Environment Agency

We need a transformative approach

Toni Hofreiter, a member of the German Bundestag and Chairman of the Green faction in the Bundestag

A historic success, but only the beginning

Andreas Jung, a member of the German Bundestag and Chairman of the Parliamentary Advisory Council on Sustainable Development

Consequences for German politics

Matthias Miersch, a member of the German Bundestag and the environmental spokesperson for the SPD faction in the Bundestag

The role of the city from Rio to Paris

Beate Weber-Schuerholz, a former member of the European Parliament and, inter alia, Chairman of the Environment Committee; Lord Mayor of Heidelberg for 16 years

Part 4: Civil society

A miracle – and a disaster

Anders Wijkman, a former member of the European Parliament, a member of the Swedish Academy of Sciences, Co-President of the Club of Rome and a member of the World Future Council (WFC)

Climate change is not negotiable

Kai Niebert, Sustainability Researcher and Professor of the Didactics of Sciences and Sustainability at the University of Zurich and President of the German League for Nature Conservation (DNR)

Why we benefit from the energy transition

Franz Alt, a former moderator of the political magazine “Report” as well as Head of the “Zukunftsredaktion” (Future Editorial Department) at Südwestdeutscher Rundfunk (Southwest German Radio) and the editor of the online magazine Sonnenseite

Leaving previous climate policy behind

Hubert Weiger, Chairman of Friends of the Earth Germany (BUND)
Ann Kathrin Schneider, Head of International Climate Policy at Friends of the Earth Germany (BUND)

The world can change for the better

Martin Kaiser, Head of Climate Policy at Greenpeace International

We’ll get started while you make plans

Thomas Friemel, Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the sustainable business magazine enorm

New opportunities and dangers

Barbara Unmüßig, Chairman of the Heinrich Böll Foundation

The role of tropical forests in the global climate treaty

Claude Martin, former Director General of WWF International, a former member of the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED) and Co-Founder of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)

Reinventing the human system

Nick Reimer, Editor-in-Chief of the online magazine klimaretter.info