Climat : papiers de recherche moissonnés (10/06/2016)

La rupture, c’est nous ! Etude Ethicity mai 2016 : les Français et la consommation responsable. Greenflex ; Ethicity, mai 2016, 16 p. http://www.greenflex.com/etudes/consommation-responsable/

Dans un climat de perte de confiance, les préoccupations santé, bien-être, le souci du local et du social se renforcent et apparaissent plus que jamais comme majeurs pour les Français. Les tendances constatées depuis quelques années s’inscrivent dans les comportements de chacun qui agit comme un citoyen consommateur.

Communicating progress in national and global adaptation to climate change / Takayoshi Kato & Jane Ellis. Paris  OECD, 7 June 2016, 47 p. (OECD/IEA Climate Change Expert Group Papers) http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/content/workingpaper/5jlww009v1hj-en

The Paris Agreement, adopted by the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), reinforces the international framework for adaptation action by establishing a global adaptation goal. Under the Paris Agreement, countries have also agreed to an enhanced transparency framework for action, which includes adaptation. The Agreement also requests each Party to submit and update an “adaptation communication” as appropriate. This paper explores what elements of countries’ adaptation responses and progress could be reported under the Paris Agreement so as to better communicate efforts towards enhanced adaptation and resilience. The paper also highlights the potential benefits both at a national and an international level from identifying and collating adaptation-related information. Finally the paper outlines a possible structure of an adaptation communication, and identifies options and associated information needs for the adaptation-related components of the global stocktake agreed to in the Paris Agreement.

Intégrer le climat à notre stratégie. Courbevoie : Total, 2016, 44 p. http://www.total.com/sites/default/files/atoms/files/integrer_le_climat_a_notre_strategie_vf.pdf

Rapport diffusé par Total mardi 24 mai, lors de son Assemblée générale.

Quel bilan pour la COP21 ? / Olivier Godard, Cahiers Français, n° 392, mai 2016, pp. 87-91 http://www.ladocumentationfrancaise.fr/ouvrages/3303330403921-l-economie-a-l-heure-du-numerique#book_sommaire

Très attendue et très médiatisée, la COP21 a abouti à la siganture d’un texte entre 195 pays, dont certaines dispositions sont juridiquement contraignantes. Quel est son contenu et que pouvons-nous en attendre concrètement ?…

Where to go from Paris? The European Union in climate geopolitics / Sebastian Oberthür. Global Affairs, online May 2016 DOI: 10.1080/23340460.2016.1166332

The EU’s strategic re-orientation to coalition and bridge building after the failed Copenhagen Climate Summit in 2009 paved the way for its success in securing the Paris Agreement on climate change in December 2015. This orientation will largely remain relevant in climate geopolitics characterized by multipolarity and a diversification of interests away from a North–South divide, both headed towards growing support for decarbonization. Various fora beyond the multilateral UN negotiations deserve systematic attention as climate governance has become “polycentric”, requiring careful prioritization as well as further enhanced coordination of climate diplomacy across the EU. The EU’s position in climate geopolitics will not least depend on the development of its internal climate and energy policy framework for 2030 and beyond. Advancing decarbonization and fostering low-carbon innovation towards the new climate economy in the EU will help enhance the EU’s power base and role in future climate geopolitics.

Carbon pricing under binding political constraints / Jesse D. Jenkins & Valerie J. Karplus; UNU-WIDER, April 2016, 48 p.  (Working Paper 44/2016) https://www.wider.unu.edu/publication/carbon-pricing-under-binding-political-constraints

The economic prescription for climate change is clear: price carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gas emissions to internalize climate damages. In practice, a variety of political economy constraints prevent the introduction of a carbon price equal to the full social cost of emissions. This paper develops insights about the design of climate policy in the face of binding political constraints, formulated here as limits on the CO2 price itself, on increases in energy prices, and on energy consumer and producer surplus loss…



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Danièle Revel (2016, 10 juin). Climat : papiers de recherche moissonnés (10/06/2016). Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 19 mai 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/oca9

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