Things tagged 'Kyoto Protocol'
The three Kyoto flexible mechanisms—emissions trading, the clean development mechanism (CDM), and Joint Implementation (JI)—have always been controversial. Proponents saw [...]
Kagan (2002) argues that the different responses of Europeans and Americans to major strategic and international challenges is not simply [...]
- Comprehensive treatment of the economics of climate change – Provides a critique of the Kyoto framework and option for [...]
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 […]
ANALYSIS THE TIGER OR THE TANK? TRANSCRIPT OF A RECORDED DOCUMENTARY Presenter: Dieter Helm Producer: Simon Coates Editor: Nicola Meyrick Professor Sir David King, Kt., F.R.S., F.R.S.C., Chief Scientific Adviser to H.M. Government, Head of Office of Science & Technology & 1920 Professor of Physical Chemistry, University of Cambridge Cameron Hepburn Elizabeth Wordsworth Junior Research […]
This dissertation carries out a sophisticated sensitivity study on the impacts of declining discount rates on the social cost of [...]