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Issues in International Climate Policy: theory and policy

Contributor(s): Ierland, Ekko C. van - ed | Gupta, Joyeeta - ed | Kok, Marcel T.J. - ed.
Publisher: USA Edward Elgar Publishing 2003Description: xi, 294 p.ISBN: 843761912.Subject(s): Cambio Climático-Teoría | Cambio Climático-Política Gubernamental | Medio Ambiente | Medio Ambiente-ContaminaciónDDC classification: 363.7387
Contents:
1. Options for international climate policies: towards an effective regime 2. Why reduce greenhouse gas emissions? Reasons, issue-linkages and dilemmas 3. Challenges of future climate policy: what can be expected? 4. Global trends and climate change policies 5. Climate change policy in changing contexts: globalization, political modernization and legal innovation 6. Policies and measures in international climate policy: price vs. quantity 7. The Kyoto mechanisms: economic potential, environmental problems and political barriers 8. Terrestrial carbon sinks and biomass in international climate policies 9. Comprehensive approaches to differentiation of future climate commitments - some options compared 10. Linkages between the climate change regime and the international trade regime 11. Elaborating an international compliance regime under the Kyoto Protocol 12. Between ´curbing the trends´ and ´business-as-usual´: NGOs in international climate change policies 13. Climate options for the long term: possible strategies
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1. Options for international climate policies: towards an effective regime 2. Why reduce greenhouse gas emissions? Reasons, issue-linkages and dilemmas 3. Challenges of future climate policy: what can be expected? 4. Global trends and climate change policies 5. Climate change policy in changing contexts: globalization, political modernization and legal innovation 6. Policies and measures in international climate policy: price vs. quantity 7. The Kyoto mechanisms: economic potential, environmental problems and political barriers 8. Terrestrial carbon sinks and biomass in international climate policies 9. Comprehensive approaches to differentiation of future climate commitments - some options compared 10. Linkages between the climate change regime and the international trade regime 11. Elaborating an international compliance regime under the Kyoto Protocol 12. Between ´curbing the trends´ and ´business-as-usual´: NGOs in international climate change policies 13. Climate options for the long term: possible strategies

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