The climate regime beyond 2012: reconciling Asian developmental priorities and global climate interests

This report presents a summary of what has been learnt through the third round of consultations, interviews and questionnaire surveys with policymakers and climate policy researchers across the Asia-Pacific region. It considers how sectoral approaches can be integrated in the future climate regime by looking at institutional and operational issues from an Asian perspective. It examines incentive structures and the political feasibility of selected proposals on technology cooperation. It focuses on adaptation financing and mainstreaming and highlights various ways to recognise and reward developmental co-benefits in the future climate regime.