An Analysis of Climate Change and International Negotiations: A Special Reference to India
Author(s):
Ishan Kumar Paliwal
Keywords:
Climate, Policy, Competing, Equity, Evolution, Agenda
Abstract
This paper analyses India’s participation in more than 20 years of worldwide climate politics. India has transitioned from a voice on the fringes of worldwide climate policy to one that's actively shaping international efforts to combat global climate change. Analysis of the drivers behind India’s negotiating positions on global climate change so far has focused on the competing motives of equity and co-benefits, which has however been insufficient to elucidate several of India’s recent actions in global climate governance. This paper studies the evolution of India’s climate policy through the attitude of its broader policy strategy, arguing that India’s engagement with international climate politics is often better understood by locating its climate policy as a subset of its policy agenda.
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Unique Paper ID: 154767

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 12

Page(s): 235 - 240
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