Local climate governance in China: Hybrid actors and market mechanisms

Local climate governance in China: Hybrid actors and market mechanisms / Miriam Schröder. Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, Nov. 2011, 248 p. ISBN: 978-0-230-30161-0


Abstract :

The book provides an in-depth analysis of how local semi-public agencies have performed in the diffusion process for spreading knowledge and capacity for the CDM. Based on extensive research of four provincial CDM centers, the analysis discloses how these agencies contributed to kick-starting the local Chinese carbon market. The surprising success of the CDM in China reveals how market mechanisms work out well even in countries with economies in transition and market actors that are public-private hybrids. The book concludes that the Chinese CDM center approach is a recommendable, but improvable model for other countries in need for local CDM capacity development. (© Miriam Schröder)

Contents :

Part I: The challenge
• Climate Change as a New Challenge to Environmental Governance in China
Part II: The performance of CDM centers as semi-public agencies
• The Need for Capacity Development in the Early CDM Market
• The Role of Agencies in Diffusing the CDM
• Case Study on the Performance of Four CDM Centres
• Lessons Learned about the Role of Diffusion Catalysts
Part III: Implications of hybrid actors for environmental governance
• Blurring of Public and Private Boundaries
Conclusion: How to Make Hybrid Actors Accountable for Public Good Provision


Citer ce billet
Danièle Revel (2011, 20 décembre). Local climate governance in China: Hybrid actors and market mechanisms. Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 4 mars 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/o9dq

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