The scenario pathways presented in this paper describe transformative changes toward these goals, taking a broad view of the four main energy challenges faced by society in the 21st century: providing universal access to modern energy for all; reducing the impacts of energy production on human health and the environment; avoiding dangerous climate change; and enhancing energy security…
Étiqueté : Mitigation
This working paper surveys key central government documents and articles by China’s leading energy academics to investigate the ideas influencing China’s new energy and climate policies
This FEEM paper demonstrates that determining a workable range of the social costs of carbon is however possible in a sequential decision-making framework that permits revising initial decisions in the light of new information
A Springer reference book
This working paper gives an overview of current country positions, discusses pros and cons of different accounting and governance frameworks for NMMs, and examines inasmuch the CDM provides a suitable model for centrally governed secortal crediting mechanisms.
This FEEm working paper analyses the optimal mix of adaptation and mitigation expenditures in a cost-effective setting in which countries cooperate to achieve a long-term stabilisation target
Inventaire des plans nationaux d’actions volontaires des pays en développement pour réduire ou infléchir la croissance de leurs émissions de gaz à effet de serre
Compilation of information on nationally appropriate mitigation actions to be implemented by Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention
… identification des potentiels déséquilibres systémiques et des stratégies favorisant la résilience, par Hector G. Lopez-Ruiz
“Governments try to cope with these risks by investing in mitigation and adaptation measures. Mitigation aims at a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions whereas adaptation reduces the follow-up costs of climate change. In contrast to the existing literature, we explicitly model the decision of risk-averse governments on mitigation and adaptation policies…”
Bosello, F. and C. Chen (2010). Adapting and Mitigating to Climate Change: Balancing the Choice under Uncertainty. FEEM Note di lavoro No. 2010.159, Dec 2010.
This paper enriches the rapidly expanding literature trying to devise normative indications on the optimal combination of the two introducing the role of catastrophic and spatial uncertainty related to climate change damages…
Eskeland, G.S. and Mideksa, T.K. (2010) Electricity demand in a changing climate. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 15(8): 877-897.
We study the relationship between European electricity consumption and outdoor temperature and other variables, using a panel data set of 31 countries…