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1. Environmental Protection and Climate Change Budgets of Metropolitan Municipalities

2. Japan’s Carbon Neutrality and Green Growth Strategy

3. ASEAN's medium- to long-term trade strategies and the direction of RoK-ASEAN cooperation

4. Implications of Climate Change Impacts on Food Security Threats in Africa and the Middle East

5. Analysis of India's New and Renewable Energy Market and Policies and Implications for Korea-India Cooperation

6. Non-economic loss and damage: closing the knowledge gap

7. Scaling up locally led adaptation in Bangladesh: three action areas

8. Climate Change Mitigation for Late Industrialisers: The Role of Technology Intensity in Manufacturing

9. Financing Loss and Damage at Scale: Toward a Mosaic Approach

10. The potential of sovereign sustainability-linked bonds in the drive for net-zero

11. Climate versus trade? Reconciling international subsidy rules with industrial decarbonisation

12. Why Democracies Implement Better Climate Actions: Case Study of India, the Philippines, and Japan

13. The Persistent Consequences of the Energy Transition in Appalachia’s Coal Country

14. Updating Estimates of Methane Emissions: The Case of China

15. The Science of Rapid Climate Change in Alaska and the Arctic: Sea Ice, Land Ice, and Sea Level

16. Opportunities for Multilateral Cooperation on Climate Change in the Arctic

17. Climate change actions in conflict affected contexts

18. What needs to change for green funds to be truly green

19. Climate resilience and Cook Islands' relationship of Free Association with Aotearoa / New Zealand

20. Climate change, mobility and human trafficking in Ethiopia

21. Why adaptation projects do not stop climate-related migration

22. How to encourage private sector climate initiatives in Kenya

23. Getting global development back on track: Focus and start at home

24. Into the Blue Pacific: Why the EU Should Help Island Nations Address Climate Change and Maritime Insecurity

25. Migration in the Context of Climate Foreign Policy

26. Climate Adaptation in Africa: Locally Led and Nature Based Solutions

27. A New Horizon in U.S. Trade Policy: Key Developments and Questions for the Biden Administration

28. Climate change and security: Preparing for different impacts

29. US-EU climate change industrial policy: Pulling in different directions for cooperation, competition, and compromise

30. The geoeconomics of the hydrogen era: Towards a new global energy architecture

31. Climate, Peace and Security in a Changing Geopolitical Context: Next Steps for the European Union

32. The Arctic is Hot: Addressing the Social and Environmental Implications

33. Keeping the lights on: The EU’s energy relationships since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

34. Sunny side up: Maximising the European Green Deal’s potential for North Africa and Europe

35. Ends of the earth: How EU climate action can weather the coming election storm

36. From coal to consensus: Poland’s energy transition and its European future

37. Brace yourself: How the 2024 US presidential election could affect Europe

38. Decarbonisation nations: How EU climate diplomacy can save the world

39. Climate adaptation: The race to cool down Europe’s cities

40. How the EU and US can advance the green transition along with energy and resource security

41. Reframing of Global Strategies and Regional Cooperation Pathways for an Inclusive Net-Zero Strategy in the Energy Transition Framework

42. The EU’s Plan to Scale up Renewables by 2030: Implications for the Power System

43. Two Shades of Blue: Europe and the Pacific Islands, Strategic Partners in the Indo-Pacific Era

44. Climate-Resilient Migrant-Friendly Towns: A Conceptual Framework

45. What does the IPCC Working Group II say about Bangladesh in its Sixth Assessment Report?

46. The Rising National Security Threats from Climate Change in the Mediterranean Region

47. Unfarmed Now, Uninhabited When? Agriculture and climate change in Iraq

48. Decarbonisation of the energy system

49. Legal options for a green golden rule in the European Union’s fiscal framework

50. False Alarm over the Retreat of the Himalayan Glaciers

51. Real Effects of Climate Policy: Financial Constraints and Spillovers

52. The Offsetting Mechanism in Guangdong Province’s ETS: Lessons Learned and the Way Forward

53. Increasing the Emissions-Reduction Efficiency of Carbon Trading Schemes in China Under the “30.60” Target: Reflection on the Carbon Markets of Guangdong Province, China

54. Toward an Integrated North American Emergency Response System

55. PLUS Politics: Tackling the EIA Impact Gap

56. Green New Deal for Carbon-neutrality and Open Trade Policy in Korea

57. Sea Change for Europe’s Security Order: Three Future Scenarios

58. Integrating Climate in Germany’s National Security Strategy: How to Avoid Being Derailed by Russia’s Aggression

59. Green peace: How Europe’s climate policy can survive the war in Ukraine

60. Early warning: How Iraq can adapt to climate change

61. Against the flow: Europe’s role in kickstarting Algeria’s green transition

62. A new climate for peace: How Europe can promote environmental cooperation between the Gulf Arab states and Iran

63. We’ll always have Paris: How to adapt multilateral climate cooperation to new realities

64. The Social Side of Climate Change Adaptation: Reducing Conflict Risk

65. Preventing the Critical Minerals Crisis

66. Transparency in multilateral climate governance: Ranking countries by the Climate Transparency Adherence Index

67. Re-securitizing climate: From ‘climate security’ to ‘ecology of peace’?

68. Origins and prospects of climate change activism in the Arab region: Rethinking the development and market economy model

69. Legal Aspect of The Concept of Climate Refugee: Evaluation of Existent Protection Tools and Suggested Solutions

70. Green Systems and Resilient Cities

71. Why Should Turkey Comply With The Global Climate Regime?

72. Reclaiming Power, Restoring Peace: Key Findings from ICAN’s 2022 Women, Peace, and Security Forum

73. Policy Journal by Women of Color: WCAPS Pipeline Fellows Publication

74. Beyond Border Security, Keeping Pace with Migrants, Refugees, and Climate Change

75. Addressing Human Mobility in National Climate Policy: Insights from Updated Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) in South America

76. The end of European dependence on Russian fossil fuels

77. Energy: great hope for the 21st century

78. Tackling the Challenges of Climate Change Adaptation in Central America: Can Korea Contribute?

79. Climate Change Impacts on Agriculture and Conflicts in Sub-Saharan Africa

80. To Regulate, or Not to Regulate? Subsidies for Foreign Enterprises, Climate Change, and Currency Undervaluation

81. A Green-Blue Alliance in Motion: Pacific Island Countries and Europe Fighting Climate Change

82. COP27: Will Egypt Bring New Life to Climate Conferences?

83. The European Green Deal, Three Years On: Acceleration, Erosion or Fragmentation?

84. EU carbon border adjustment mechanism faces many challenges

85. Corruption risks loom large over financing of green infrastructure

86. Operationalization of the Santiago Network on Loss and Damage: Road to COP 27

87. Just Transition for Bangladesh

88. Combatting Climate Change Through Nuclear Energy: Risks, Advantages, and Geopolitical Implications

89. Contingent-Owned Equipment and Environmental Considerations in UN Peacekeeping Operations

90. The UN Environmental and Climate Adviser in Somalia

91. Options for a Loss and Damage Financial Mechanism

92. Toward an Environmental and Climate-Sensitive Approach to Protection in UN Peacekeeping Operations

93. Welfare Implications of Electric Bike Subsidies: Evidence from Sweden

94. Footing the Bill: Fair finance for loss and damage in an era of escalating climate impacts

95. Climate Finance in West Africa: Assessing the state of climate finance in one of the world’s regions worst hit by the climate crisis

96. Unaccountable Accounting: The World Bank’s unreliable climate finance reporting

97. Climate finance in Asia: Assessing the state of climate finance in one of the world’s most climate vulnerable regions

98. Comparative State Economic Interventions in the Carbon Capture and Storage Market

99. Our climate future depends on conflict dynamics in Congo

100. No climate security without human security: Insights from Africa’s climate hotspots