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Fossil Fuels in a Changing Climate Impacts of the Kyoto Protocol and Developing Country Participation

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By: Ulrich Bartsch and Benito Muller
384 pages, 73 figs, 87 tabs
Fossil Fuels in a Changing Climate
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  • Fossil Fuels in a Changing Climate ISBN: 9780197300244 Hardback Dec 2000 Out of Print #107949
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Assesses the effects on fossil fuel markets of climate change policies as agreed in Kyoto. This evaluation involves, as a reference case, projections for emissions, energy supply, demand, and prices in a world which does not adopt specific greenhouse policies. The impact of a future involvement of developing countries in an expanded climate change agreement is also analysed.


Summary and conclusions. Part 1; 1: Production Capacity and Supplies for Oil, Natural Gas, and Coal; 2: Energy Efficiency and Technology; 3: The OIES Model for Climate Policy Analysis; Part 2: The Business as Usual Scenario; 1: A World Without Climate Change Measures; Part 3: The Kyoto Scenario; 1: The Kyoto Protocol; 2: The `Kyoto Base' Scenario: Description; 3: The `Kyoto Base' Scenario: Implications; 4: The Impact of Specific Policy Instruments; Part 4: The Ambitious Scenario; 1: The Ambitious Scenario; 2: The Implications of a New Ambitious Climate Change Agreement; 3: Sensitivity Analysis and Comparisons with Other Studies.

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Out of Print
By: Ulrich Bartsch and Benito Muller
384 pages, 73 figs, 87 tabs
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