This paper assesses the impact of a global phase-out of nuclear energy on the costs of meeting international climate policy targets for 2020.
Étiqueté : post-Kyoto
New market-based mechanisms, which help finance emission reductions in developing countries, are on the agenda of international climate negotiatons. In this context, so called “no-lose targets” have been proposed as a possible measure to overcome the dichotomy between developed and developing countries under the Kyoto framework while at the same time safeguarding developing countries from emission targets which may slow down economic development. (© Vicki Duscha)
A working paper describing a post-Kyoto framework for reducing global emissions and funding the Green Climate Fund.
… Kyoto Protocol, EU ETS, and Effort Sharing, a report from Climate Focus.