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Climate Policy and Development Flexible Instruments and Developing Countries

Edited By: Axel Michaelowa and Michael Dutschke
Publisher: Edward Elgar
Climate Policy and Development
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  • Climate Policy and Development ISBN: 9781840643312 Hardback May 2000 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Industrialized economies strive to fulfil at least part of their obligation to reduce greenhouse gases by investing in projects in developing countries rather than at home. Developing countries have been rather critical of this idea. This book outlines the development of the international negotiations on the subject and analyzes different design options for the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), taking into account the interests of various groups, especially host countries. Two case studies - one on a renewable energy project in Indonesia and another on Costa Rican climate policy - show the problems that are likely to be encountered by CDM and illustrate the importance of active host country involvement. The authors discuss the problems that will be addressed by forthcoming negotiation rounds and propose practical solutions for the CDM including baseline-setting, institutional structure and credit sharing. Moreover, a long-term view on linking climate and development policy is taken to achieve an equitable allocation of emission rights.


Flexible instruments of climate policy, Axel Michaelowa; flexible instruments and stakeholders interests - a public choice analysis, Sandra Greiner; making the clean development mechanism compatible with the Kyoto protocol, Catrinus J. Jepma and Wytze van der Gaast; CDM and its implications for developing countries, Sujata Gupta and Preety M. Bhandari; renewable energy supply systems in Indonesia - a case study, Regina Betz; host country driven implementation - the case of Costa Rica, Michael Dutschke; the impact of climate co-operation on renewable energy technologies, Karsten Krause; outlook on climate and development policies, Axel Michaelowa and Michael Drutschke.

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Edited By: Axel Michaelowa and Michael Dutschke
Publisher: Edward Elgar
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