Revue des blogs – 4 avril 2016

Understanding the government’s capacity market / Byron Orme, research fellow in energy, transport and climate policy at the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), Carbon Brief, 1/04/2016

The capacity market is the government’s primary policy for ensuring security of electricity supply. It offers payments to power generators for being available to generate at certain times, and to demand response providers for being able to reduce electricity demand… lire

Où en est la transition énergétique chinoise ? Le point sur le treizième plan quinquennal / Thibault Laconde, Energie et développement, 1/04/2016

Mi-mars, la Chine a publié son 13e plan quinquennal. Ce document à l’appellation un peu démodée fixe les orientations économiques et sociales du pays pour la période 2016-2020… lire

Designing Equitable Climate Change Mitigation Policies / Stéphane Hallegatte, Mook Bangalore, Adrien Vogt-Schilb, Stanford Energy Journal, 9/03/2016

The future of poverty matters for climate change. Despite substantial progress in reducing poverty rates, the World Bank Group estimates around 700 million people still live in extreme poverty. At the same time, the post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda has reaffirmed the goal of ending extreme poverty… lire

Beyond Carbon Metrics / Camila Moreno, Lili Fuhr & Daniel Speich Chassé, Project Syndicate, 29/03/2016

Over the last ten years, “climate change” has become almost synonymous with “carbon emissions.” The reduction of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, measured in tons of “carbon equivalents” (CO2e) has emerged as the paramount objective in the quest to preserve the planet. But such a simplistic approach cannot possibly resolve the highly complex and interconnected ecological crises that we currently face… lire


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