01 Apr 2010

Messages from Copenhagen

Assessments of the Accord and Implications for the EU

Monica Alessi / Anton Georgiev / Christian Egenhofer

0
Download Publication

4419 Downloads

The aim of this paper is to review major assessments of the Copenhagen Accord with a focus on what it will ultimately deliver, especially within the context of the economic crisis. The paper also looks at the broader geopolitical implications and the resulting challenges for the EU, the role of the UN and the linkages of the UN negotiations with the Copenhagen Accord.

Related Publications

Browse through the list of related publications.

The end of an era

The Polish Constitutional Court’s judgment on the primacy of EU law and its effects on mutual trust

Deepening EU-Moldovan Relations

Updating and upgrading in the shadow of Covid-19 Third edition

Deepening EU-Ukrainian Relations

Updating and upgrading in the shadow of Covid-19 Third edition

Deepening EU-Georgian Relations

Updating and upgrading in the shadow of Covid-19 Third edition

Barriers and enablers for implementing circular economy business models

Evidence from the electrical and electronic equipment and agri-food value chains

A tale of two prices

What higher energy costs and the ETS price mean for a just transition