Christophe Boutin

Boutin Christophe

Biographie de Boutin Christophe

By PhD in Political Science, holder of the agrégation in Public Law, Professor at Caen University, Christophe Boutin’s research focuses on voting behaviour, political parties and decentralisation issues. He is the author of many articles and reference works, particularly in collaboration with Frédéric Rouvillois, including Quinquennat ou septennat?, Flammarion, Paris, 2000; L’abstention électorale, apaisement ou épuisement?, F.-X. de Guibert, Paris, 2002; Partis politiques et démocratie. Inséparables mais incompatibles?, F.-X. de Guibert, Paris, 2005; Gens de mer au travail, Maison de la recherche en sciences humaines de Caen, 2007.

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FROM PARIS TO MARRAKECH, THE EXAMPLE OF THE MOROCCAN TRANSITION

n°56 Fourth Quarter 2015

As the highest authority of the United Nations Framework Convention on  Climate Change (UNFCCC), the  Conference  of the Parties (COP) is responsible for its implementation, in particular assessing the impacts of measures taken by various parties. After France, which is the host in Paris of the 21st Conference of the Parties to an agreement involving 195 countries, it will be the turn of Morocco to host the 22nd  COP next year in Marrakech.