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China’s cap-and-trade decisions

On December 27, 2015, in Power System Economics, by Joe Nyangon
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In the lead-up to the 2015 Paris climate change conference, policymakers stressed the need for creation of integrated carbon markets and called for linking new climate financing mechanisms with the United Nations-organized Green Climate Fund (GCF) based in South Korea. Both the U.S. and China have committed to accelerating the transition to low-carbon development internationally. […]

Doha decisions on the Kyoto surplus explained

On March 24, 2013, in Project Management, by Joe Nyangon
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Carbon Market Watch released a policy brief that examines the Doha decisions. The brief is available here: Carbon Market Watch policy brief. Carbon Market Watch was launched in November 2012 to provide an independent perspective on carbon market developments and is based in Brussels, Belgium. The Doha compromise has two main elements related to surpluses […]

Envisioning carbon markets in a doughnut space

On March 16, 2012, in Risk Management, by Joe Nyangon
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In a recent Discussion Paper titled “A Safe and Just Space for Humanity: can we live within the doughnut?,” Oxfams’s Kate Raworth writes, “International carbon-offsetting schemes have been set up to enable high-emissions companies and individuals to buy carbon credits by financing investments, often in developing countries, which reduce net CO2 emissions.” Raworth has developed […]

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