Author Archives: Benito Müller

Don’t Sink Our Ship!

Madam President, Forty-eight Least Developed Countries in the World have one final request to make. The Ship is ready to take off in Durban. Those who are not ready to come on board we say: please do not try to … Continue reading

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A Staged Approach: The sequencing of mitigation commitments in the post-2020 ADP negotiations

Benito Müller and Niklas Höhne Introduction Sequencing − the division of tasks to be carried out in a temporal order − can be absolutely key to the success of negotiations. We are proposing a three-stage approach, based on the successful … Continue reading

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Same old, same old … Too late for a paradigm shift?

Open letter to the GCF Board and supporters of enhanced/devolved access in the wake of the Paris Board meeting (GCF/B.05)  October 2013 Benito Müller Many of you will have heard me complain about the impression that the discussions of the … Continue reading

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