This SEI’s paper explores how new market mechanisms could ‘achieve a net decrease and/or avoidance of greenhouse gas emissions’, as envisioned by the Parties at COP17 in Durban.
Étiqueté : CDM
Climate Change Mitigation In Developing Countries. A Critical Assessment of the Clean Development Mechanism
In this book, Paula Castro presents the first systematic categorization of positive and negative incentives generated by the Clean Development Mechanism for climate change mitigation in the Global South…
“This is an important report, not only because it presents options for using a fund to stabilize CDM for the next several years, but because it highlights opportunities to enhance the contributions that this mechanism and carbon markets in general are making to mitigation efforts,” says Niclas Svenningsen, manager for strategy, collaboration, and communication in the climate change secretariat’s Sustainable Development Mechanisms programme…
This paper examines the cost of producing emission reduction credits under the Clean Development Mechanism. Using project-specific data, cost functions are estimated using alternative functional forms
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
Through analysis of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme and the Clean Development Mechanism, this book demonstrates how to use a variety of econometric techniques to analyze the evolving and expanding carbon markets sphere, techniques that can be extrapolated to the worldwide marketplace
This UNFCCC report shows that the CDM is contributing a great deal to project host countries in the form of job creation, increased energy efficiency in households, and increased levels of investment.
This SEI’s paper examines several issues that arise in awarding emission reduction credits to coal projects in the Clean Development Mechanism