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CBAT the Carbon Budget Analysis Tool

  1. CBAT the 'Carbon Budget Analysis Tool' presented in GCI evidence to EAC
  2. Feedback & C&C arrays Embedded in CBAT (Carbon Budget Analysis Tool)
  3. CBAT Appreciation

After 21 years the now iconic C&C principle is embedded in CBAT.
It is widely recognized as an over-arching principle' for 'Climate Governance' & UNFCCC-compliance.

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The 'endorsements-page' is split-up by category into separate pages.
This reports both the volume and the diversity of attention C&C now receives.

This is evidence, perhaps supporting claims, that C&C is now the most widely cited
and arguably the most widely and diversely supported model in the UN negotiations
on climate change and the debates these have given rise to.

Pages are arranged with [and can be visited at] the category headings below.
There is some overlapping and these headings will become more diverse.

If you explore what's there, return here by clicking endorsements on the left.
Site search to see if your C&C-related campaign or publication is already listed.
If it isn't and you'd like that, please make contact and let GCI know.

According to Chris Rose, ex Campaigns Director for Greenpeace,
10 factors have made it hard to campaign effectively ‘on climate’.

  1. Scientists defined the issue;
  2. Governments ran off with it;
  3. NGOs adopted secondary roles;
  4. The issue had no public;
  5. The media were left to define the issue in visual terms;
  6. Governments soft pedalled on the issue;
  7. Scientists led calls for education of the public;
  8. Many NGOs tried to make the UNFCCC ‘work’;
  9. Others tried to connect it with “bigger issues”;
  10. There was no common proposition.

He writes,

"only Aubrey Meyer father of ‘contraction and convergence’, managed to penetrate this remote citadel.
NGOs could prioritise climate change but they were stuck in someone else’s game."

Why Campaigning on Climate is Difficult: Chris Rose

NGOs were 'stuck in someone else's game'?
Chris could be right about that, and its noteworthy that it is him saying that.

However, the comment about C&C really says this : -

Once the need for UNFCCC-compliance is seen everything becomes clear.
is obviously a 'shot-gun wedding' where 'climate-change' is the father with a loaded gun and a stop-watch.
So C&C seems the only
conceivable resolution, or 'common wedded-position'.

In organising the ‘GOAL FOCUS’ needed for UNFCCC-COMPLIANCE,
From Ideology to Teleology for UNFCCC-compliance

Summary some C&C support from government, institutional and individual sources [2008]
Collected C&C support from government, institutional and individual sources [2008]
Special C&C support from institutional and individual sources [2008]
Organisations some C&C support [2002]
Individuals some C&C support [2002]
Individuals some GCI support [2002]
Collected C&C resources and support from government, institutional and individual sources [2008]
Special GCI C&Csupport [2003]
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