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Climate Footprints of Norwegian Dairy and Meat - a Synthesis

Bob van Oort, Robbie Andrew (Report;2016:06)

This report reviews the current literature on meat, milk and dairy, with a special focus on Norway. To understand differences in reported emissions, the report explains the variation in methodological approaches such as division over co-products, functional unit selection, and system boundaries. Cat...

What’s Fair – and Why? An Empirical Analysis of Distributive Fairness in the Climate Negotiations

Vegard H. Tørstad (Report;2016:04)

In the climate negotiations, conceptions of fairness plays an important role. For a climate agreement to be effective and durable, it must be conceived as fair by as many of its parties as possible. Unfortunately, there is hardly a consensus in the negotiations on what a fair agreement should consti...

Green Bonds and Environmental Integrity: Insights from CICERO Second Opinions

Christa Clapp, Knut H. Alfsen, Harald Francke Lund, Kamleshan Pillay (Policy Note;2016:01)

This policy note shares insights from CICERO's experience in producing over 60 second opinions. Insights on the environmental integrity of green bonds include: 1) Management that is aligned for climate risk can give greater confidence in a green bond, 2) Internal dialogue with environmental experts...

Norway’s role in supporting green growth in developing countries

Asbjørn Torvanger, Kamleshan Pillay (Report;2016:03)

This report discusses green growth in developing countries, and Norway's role supporting such a green development strategy. After defining green growth in the context of developing countries, the report discusses indicators of green growth, barriers, and prominent instruments to facilitate green gro...

Establishing a baseline for monitoring and evaluating user satisfaction with climate services in Tanzania

Meaghan E. Daly, Jennifer Joy West, Pius Z. Yanda (Report;2016:02)

This report is an output from the Global Framework for Climate Services Adaptation Program in Africa (GFCS-APA) Tanzania country activities. The aim of the report is to establish a baseline for monitoring “User Satisfaction with Climate Services” at the national, district, and local levels, with a f...

Business as UNusual: the implications of fossil divestment and green bonds for financial flows, economic growth and energy market

Solveig Glomsrød, Taoyuan Wei (Working Paper;2016:01)

Green bonds and fossil divestment has emerged as a bottom-up approach to climate action within the business community. Recent pledges by large banks and institutional investors have reached levels that have the potential to contribute markedly to a low carbon transition. This paper traces the impact...

Virksomme klimabudskap

Elisabeth Lannoo, Eilif Ursin Reed (Report;2016:01)

Denne rapporten gir en kort oversikt over hva forskere og kommunikasjonseksperter mener er det viktigste som skal til for å få folk engasjert i klimasaken og hvilke verdier forskjellige målgrupper baserer sine valg på. Den beskriver forskning på verdier og innramming av budskap i kommunikasjon om kl...

Future narratives for two locations in the Barents region

Bob van Oort, Maiken Bjørkan, Elena M Klyuchnikova (Report;2015:06)

What does the future look like from the perspective of municipalities in various locations in the Barents region? What climatic, social and environmental challenges might there be, and how might local people respond? This report documents the results from two workshops held in Kirovsk and Bodø in...

Climate change policy inventory and analysis for Tanzania

Meaghan E. Daly, Pius Z. Yanda, Jennifer Joy West (Report;2015:05)

This report is an output of the Global Framework for Climate Services Adaptation Programme in Africa. The goal of the report is to: 1) assess the extent to which climate change concerns have been integrated or mainstreamed into national policy documents in mainland Tanzania, 2) to consider the role...

Estimating mobilized private climate finance for developing countries - A Norwegian pilot study

Asbjørn Torvanger, Patrick Narbel, Harald Francke Lund (Report;2015:04)

The point of departure for this study is the available data in Norway on climate finance for developing countries. The bottleneck in tracking mobilized private climate finance is availability and quality of data. The main challenge is that Norwegian public institutions sourcing public support for cl...