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Lecture 1:  Towards a New Climate Change Agreement 

UNFCCC (Full Text of the 1992 Convention)

Kyoto Protocol

Byrd-Hagel Amendment

Lecture 2: The Basics of Climate Change Science

IPCC AR4 WG1 Chapter 1: Historical Overview of Climate Change Science

IPCC AR5 WG1 Summary for Policy Makers

Lecture 3: The 2-Degree Limit

2014 DDPP Report Chapter 1

IPCC AR 5 WG2 Summary for Policy Makers

World Bank: Turn Down the Heat. Why a 4°C warmer World Must be Avoided, Executive Summary

Stern Review: The Economics of Climate Change, Executive Summary

Bill Hare: The EU, the IPCC, and the History of the 2°C Limit

Lecture 4: The 2-Degree Carbon Budget

2014 DDPP Report Chapter 2

Le Quere et al Global Carbon Budget 2013

Carbon Tracker Unburnable Carbon: Are the World’s Financial Markets Carrying a Carbon Bubble?

IPCC AR5 WG3 Summary for Policy Makers

Lecture 5:  Deep Decarbonization of Energy Systems

2014 DDPP Report Chapter 3

International Energy Agency 2013: Redrawing the Climate Energy Map

IPCC AR5 WG3 Chapter 6: Assessing Transformation Pathways

IPCC AR5 WG3 Chapter 7: Energy Systems

James H. Williams, et al. The Technology Path to Deep Greenhouse Gas Emissions Cuts by 2050: The Pivotal Role of Electricity

Lecture 6: The Key Technological Challenges of Deep Decarbonization

2014 DDPP Report Chapter 4

International Energy Agency: Energy technology Perspective 2014, Executive Summary

IEA smart grids, CCS, nuclear, electric vehicles and other roadmaps

WBCSD Enabling Frameworks for Technology Diffusion: a Business Perspective

Lecture 7: Deep Decarbonization Pathways: Country Case Studies

2014 DDPP Report Chapters 5 and 6

2014 DDPP Report Country Chapters

Lecture 8: Energy and Development

Introduction to the Energy Access for Development Chapter in the Global Energy Assessment Report

Vijay Modi: The Economics of Clean Energy Resource Development and Grid Interconnection in Africa

Lecture 9: Main Challenges of Climate-Change Negotiations

Kal Raustiala: Form and Substance in International Agreements

Part 1 of the DIE paper on: Different Perspectives on Differentiated Responsibilities