Consistent with the Vermont Law promise, the COP cohort pledges to use the power of the law to make a difference in our community and the world, extending our reach from the ridges of the Green Mountain State to the reefs of Small Island Developing States. The blog serves as a vehicle for elevating the issue of oceans as an essential part of the climate agenda by showcasing the perspective of small island/big ocean communities. Stay tuned for more updates!
RIDGES TO REEFS:
A blog showcasing law and policy issues for the community and the world, from the Green Mountains to the Small Islands (and everywhere in between)
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From the Green Mountains to Small Islands
- Will COP27 be the “Implementation” COP Egypt has Promised?
- Advantages and Disadvantages of the Paris Agreement’s Legal Structure
- Who Should Foot the Bill?: The Role of Developed Countries in Meeting the Paris Agreement’s Temperature Goals
- Is Self-Differentiation a Good Way to Reach Equitable Climate Solutions?
- The Global Goal on Adaptation: A Paris Agreement Feature That Tells a Broader Story
- Is Climate Justice Possible in the COP Process?
- Loss and Damage: The Critical Next Step in Global Climate Action
- Key Priorities and Perspectives of Developing Countries as Parties Work to Establish a NCQG for the Climate Finance
- More, Better, Faster: Climate Finance at COP27 and Beyond
- Climate Change and Intergenerational Equity
- Gender Justice, LGBTQ+ Justice, and Climate Justice: How Climate Change Impacts Marginalized Communities
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