320 pages, Tabs, figs
The conference, held in Paris in June 1993, sought to examine points of consensus and divergence among existing studies on the economics of climate change. Discussions centred on such topics as the economic costs and benefits of greenhouse gas mitigation strategies, the potential of carbon taxes and other economic instruments in the policy mix, possibilities for technological change and diffusion, especially in the energy sector, and joint abatement actions between industrialised and developing countries.
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