Things tagged 'greenhouse gas emissions'
Climate change is increasingly seen to raise difficult normative issues. To date, cumulative emissions have been disproportionately from the developed [...]
The pre-budget report is likely to tax low-cost flights, but only international cooperation can solve climate change. Today’s pre-budget report is likely to feature a remarkable event. Gordon Brown may raise the air passenger levy, hitting budget flights to Benidorm and shopping hops to New York. The Daily Mail probably has angry headlines already written. But the […]
There are two ways to look at the expenditure that will be required if the world is to make a serious attempt to curb global warming. As always in the analysis of climate change, there are enormous uncertainties, both about the science and the economics. But calculations set out in a report from Shell Springboard, […]
Environmental Policy, Agglomeration and firm location: A theoretical study of environmental regulation with endogenous firm location
This thesis considers the related policy challenges of deindustrialisation and ‘leakage’ which can arise when environmental regulation is differentiated across [...]
The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) aims both to mitigate greenhouse gases cost-efficiently and to contribute to sustainable development in developing [...]