Public Launch: Interactive International Climate Regime Map

The interactive digital map of the United Nations Framework Convention Climate Regime (UNFCCC) has been developed in collaboration with Dutch design company LUST and the Institute for Ethics Governance and Law (IEGL) of Griffith University in Queensland, Australia. It is a comprehensive database which serves as an access point for information on many of the institutions, themes and programs contained within the umbrella of the UNFCCC.

This event formally launched the Interactive International Climate Regime Map contained at the UNFCCC. Policymakers, researchers, analysts, governance scholars and professionals exploring innovative approaches to climate change management were invited to learn more about this digital mapping tool.

Users of the digital map will be able to utilize this tool for research purposes, explore the many ‘layers’ that make up this complex regime, and in future versions redesign the Convention itself.

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