International Climate Policy (ICP) is a bi-monthly magazine published by the International Center for Climate Governance (ICCG), covering trends around international and domestic climate and energy policies, as well as carbon markets. ICP provides detailed analysis on relevant and timely academic papers and draws out useful policy conclusions from quantitative research efforts.
Each issue of ICP broadly covers the following topics:
International negotiations and international energy policy;
European and international energy policy;
Flexible mechanisms and developing countries; and
Evaluation of carbon price in the European and global markets.
Edition 49 of ICP, released in November 2017, covers:
Fijian COP23 sets next steps toward Paris Agreement implementation
Non-state actors step up and speak out at COP23
Renewable energy on the rise but not enough to bring Paris’ goals closer
Phasing out coal major issue at COP23 in Bonn
Stepping up climate resilience: global initiatives launched at COP23
The “Pacific COP” – a stage for Small Island Developing States