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Dans le labyrinthe de verre. La négociation sur l'effet de serre

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  • Jean Charles Hourcade

    () (CIRED - Centre International de Recherche sur l'Environnement et le Développement - ENGREF - Ecole Nationale du Génie Rural, des Eaux et des Forêts - CIRAD - Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement - EHESS - École des hautes études en sciences sociales - ENPC - École des Ponts ParisTech - CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)

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En parcourant les étapes principales de la « négociation climat », on fait apparaître le jeu de miroirs qui se déroule entre Europe et États-Unis, dans un contexte historique caractérisé par les débats sur la mondialisation, la volonté de leadership de l'Union européenne sur ce thème, la montée aux États-Unis d'inquiétudes sur le maintien de leur suprématie.On montre aussi pourquoi ce jeu, après avoir masqué des possibilités réelles de compromis, a débouché en 2000 sur l'échec de La Haye – qui facilitera le rejet du Protocole de Kyoto par le président Bush – puis sur l'adoption à Marrakech, en novembre 2001, d'un schéma d'application de ce Protocole par les autres nations, qui constitue une défaite diplomatique pour les États-Unis et une demi-défaite pour l'environnement.

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  • Jean Charles Hourcade, 2002. "Dans le labyrinthe de verre. La négociation sur l'effet de serre," Post-Print halshs-00007691, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:halshs-00007691
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    1. Ghersi, Frederic & Hourcade, Jean-Charles, 2001. "The Economics of a Lost Deal," Discussion Papers dp-01-48-, Resources For the Future.
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    1. Mélodie Cartel & Eva Boxenbaum & Franck Aggeri, 2014. "Policy making as bricolage: the role of platforms in institutional innovation," Post-Print hal-01089462, HAL.
    2. Mélodie Cartel & Eva Boxenbaum & Franck Aggeri, 2014. "Experimentation And Bricolage On Institutions: Understanding The Selection Of New Arrangements," Post-Print hal-01089472, HAL.

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    changement climatique; negociation internationale; climatic change; international negotiation;

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