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Published by: Center for Global Development on Nov 19, 2012
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07/10/2013

 
Aaditya Mattoo andArvind Subramanian
A New Approach to Cooperation on Climate Change
GREENPRINT
CENTER
 
FOR
 
GLOBAL
 
DEVELOPMENT
ADVANCE UNPROOFED COPY
 
ADVANCE UNPROOFED COPY
Copyright © 2012CENER FOR GLOBAL DEVELOPMEN1800 Massachusetts Ave NW Floor 3Washington DC 20036www.cgdev.orgAll rights reserved. No part o this publication may be reproduced ortransmitted in any orm or by any means without permission in writingrom the Center or Global Development.Aaditya Matto and Arvind Subramanian, “A ‘Greenprint’ or Cooperationon Climate Change,” chapter 1 rom
Greenprint: A New Approachto Cooperation on Climate Change
(Washington: Center or GlobalDevelopment, orthcoming). Advance unprooed copy.
 
ADVANCE UNPROOFED COPY
“Tis important book sets a sensible and specifc way orward.It should be read by all involved in economic development andinternational action on climate change.”
—Lord Nicholas Stern, author o the
Stern Review
“Global negotiations on climate change have been hamperedas much by a neglect o scientifc acts as a lack o objectiveanalysis.
Greenprint 
flls a large gap and provides a useuldeparture rom standard literature on the subject.”
—R. K. Pachauri, Nobel Prize–winning Chairperson o theIntergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
“Greenprint 
presents a resh out-o-the-box approach to climatecooperation and proposes a concrete menu o options. Itshould be seriously considered by political leaders and thearmies o climate negotiators.”
—Jairam Ramesh, India Environment Minister at theCopenhagen Conerence
“Mattoo and Subramanian are the masters at rethinking globalcompacts in a way that is ree o the wishulness, abstraction,and process-obsession that sometimes bedevil the debate.”
—Sebastian Mallaby, Center or Geo-Economic Studies,Council on Foreign Relations

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