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Transaction costs, institutional rigidities and the size of the clean development mechanism
Transaction costs and institutional rigidities will reduce the attractiveness of the Kyoto Protocol flexibility mechanisms compared to domestic greenhouse gas abatement options. The clean developmentExpand
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Mitigation from a cross-sectoral perspective
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Transaction costs of the Kyoto Mechanisms
Transaction costs will reduce the attractiveness of the Kyoto Mechanisms compared to domestic abatement options. Especially the project-based mechanisms Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and JointExpand
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Synergy of adaptation and mitigation strategies in the context of sustainable development: the case of Vietnam
Abstract An emerging topic in current climate negotiations is the political momentum for recognising adaptation to climate change as a crucial part of a comprehensive climate policy. However, thereExpand
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A synopsis of land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) under the Kyoto Protocol and Marrakech Accords
The complexities inherent in land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) activities have led to contentious and prolonged debates about the merits of their inclusion in the 2008–2012 firstExpand
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Estimating the CDM market under the Marrakech Accords
The agreement on implementation of the Kyoto Protocol achieved at COP7 in Marrakech has important implications for investment in greenhouse gas emission reduction projects in developing countriesExpand
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CDM host country institution building
Contrary to earlier forecasts, the global greenhouse gas market will initially be characterised by low prices and a strong competition between the different Kyoto Mechanisms. The CDM involves higherExpand
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Unilateral CDM—can developing countries finance generation of greenhouse gas emission credits on their own?
The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) was originally seen as an instrument with a bi- or multilateral character where an entity or fund from an industrialised country invests in a project in aExpand
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