Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading and Project-based Mechanisms

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The papers in this book cover the experience of developing and transition countries with greenhouse gas emissions trading and project-based mechanisms and examine the use of tradeable permits in policy mixes and harmonisation of emissions trading schemes, as well as transition issues relating to greenhouse gas emissions trading markets.

This book presents a selection of papers presented in Paris, France, in March 2003, at the OECD Global Forum on Sustainable Development: Emissions Trading.  The Forum was co-sponsored by the Concerted Action on Tradeable Emissions Permits (CATEP).



Experience and Lessons from Emissions Trading and Project-based Mechanisms in Developing and Transition Countries

Implementing SO2 Emissions Trading in China; The State of Development of National Clean Development Mechanism Offices in Central and South America; Establishing a National Authority for the Clean Development Mechanism: The Costa Rican Experience; Implementing Kyoto-Type Flexibility Mechanisms for India: Problems and Prospects; Choosing Environmental Policy Instruments in the Real World; Building Institutions to Address Air Pollution in Developing Countries: The Cap and Trade Approach…


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