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Non-state Actors in the International Climate Change Regulatory FrameworkBergmann, Sina
Helsinki Law Review 1/2020 s. 88
The international arena of climate policy making has been described as being one of ‘hybrid multilateralism’ – a mix and mingle of state and non-state actors (hereinafter ‘NSAs’). The aim of this study is threefold. Firstly, the article attempts to identify the ways in which
NSAs can access and participate in the international climate change regime under the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention for Climate Change and the 2015 Paris Agreement. Secondly, the paper aims to evaluate the extent to which these opportunities to access and participate in the Agreements enable NSAs to influence law-making processes and outcomes. Thirdly, this study will provide recommendations on how to improve the involvement of NSAs under the Agreements.