The UNFCCC requirements for access to climate information and public participation in climate change decision-making. Sandra Nóbrega Faculty of Law, Maastricht University 12 th IUCNAEL Colloquium 2014 “Energy for a Fair Society in a Safe Planet” , Tarragona, 04 July 2014.
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Faculty of Law, Maastricht University
12th IUCNAEL Colloquium 2014 “Energy for a Fair Society in a Safe Planet”,
Tarragona, 04 July 2014
“more than a third of the world's population has never heard of global warming”
Gallup Polls conducted
in 127 countries
Published in The Economist, print edition Apr 19th, 2014
1) Brief overview of the UNFCCC
2) Article 6 of the UNFCCC: what does it provide?
3) 20 years of Article 6 of the UNFCCC
4)Aarhus Convention: filling the procedural provisions gaps of the UNFCCC
5) Final remarks
4.1 Origin and evolution
4.3 Transposition into EU Law heard of global warming”