W poszukiwaniu sytuacji decyzyjnej (DMS) w stosunkach międzynarodowych. Przegląd nierozpakowanego porozumienia klimatycznego z Paryża

Majid Asadnabizadeh

Streszczenie w języku polskim


Porozumienie klimatyczne z Paryża (PCA) z grudnia 2015 r. stanowi decydujący punkt w stosunkach międzynarodowych. Porozumienie paryskie (PA) ustanowiło otwarte zobowiązania i polityki dotyczące zmian klimatycznych, które oferują istotną sytuację w procesie podejmowania decyzji w stosunkach międzynarodowych.

Przedmiotem opracowania jest analiza  sytuacji decyzyjnej (DMS) w stosunkach międzynarodowych, w konteście  porozumienia klimatycznego z Paryża.

W opracowaniu skoncentrowano sie na analizie sytuacji decyzyjnej (DMS) w oparciu o porozumienie paryskie w sprawie zmiany klimatu. W pracy  skoncentrowano się  na przeglądzie oraz wskazaniu  zachęt, sytuacji decyzyjnej porozumienia paryskiego (DMS-PA) oraz kroki polityczne podjęte w sprawie porozumienia paryskiego. Artykuł krótko ocenia konkretne ustalenia z: Kopenhagi, Cancun, Durban, Doha, Warszawy, Limy, które doporwoadziły do wypracowania postawnowień paryskich. Przegląd i analiza w tym artykule przedstawiają szczegółowy proces, techniki i wytyczne dla przyszłych ram DMS w analizie międzynarodowego systemu zmian klimatu (ICCS).


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Podejmowanie decyzji; stosunki międzynarodowe; zmiany klimatu; porozumienie paryskie

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17951/teka.2020.15.2.59-77
Data publikacji: 2022-01-09 20:34:37
Data złożenia artykułu: 2021-12-28 10:04:47


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