Climat : papiers de recherche moissonnés (18/07/2017)

Mapping China’s Climate Policies / Craig Hart, Zhu Jiayan and Ying Jiahui. Third edition. Beijing : Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany ; China Carbon Forum, June 2017, 136 p. http://www.chinacarbon.info/?smd_process_download=1&download_id=965

The report is aimed at helping climate stakeholders inside and outside of China to better understand how climate change policy is developed in China. The third edition expands prior maps to include analysis of China’s international negotiation positions and domestic policies for supporting its nationally determined contributions to mitigating climate change.

Towards a comprehensive approach to climate policy, sustainable infrastructure, and finance / Céline Bak, Amar Bhattacharya, Ottmar Edenhofer, and Brigitte Knopf. Economics,July 05, 2017, 13 p. (Discussion Paper No. 2017-41) http://www.economics-ejournal.org/economics/discussionpapers/2017-41

The authors propose a policy package of low-carbon growth stimulation through a steep increase in sustainable infrastructure, mobilizing sustainable finance, and adoption of carbon pricing to simultaneously achieve the objectives of the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals.

Methane Emissions:  from blind spot to spotlight / Chris Le Fevre. Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, July 2017, 40 p. (OIES Paper: NG 122) https://www.oxfordenergy.org/publications/methane-emissions-blind-spot-spotlight/

This paper summarises the main issues relating to gas industry methane emissions and examines the various activities, underway and planned, to assess and reduce them. It attempts to take a wide ranging, non-specialist, overview that covers both the technical and scientific perspectives as well as operational and regulatory considerations.

Régulation financière et urgence climatique – Pour des normes prudentielles et comptables plus vertes / Abdeldjellil Bouzidi, Alain Grandjean, Mireille Martini. Terra Nova, juin 2017, 24 p. http://tnova.fr/etudes/regulation-financiere-et-urgence-climatique-pour-des-normes-prudentielles-et-comptables-plus-vertes

Après l’annonce par Donald Trump du retrait des Etats-Unis de l’Accord de Paris sur le climat, la lutte contre le changement climatique demeure une priorité. Dans cette étude, Terra Nova démontre que le combat pour l’environnement doit être au cœur de notre capacité à réguler notre modèle économique.


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