Capping the Cost of Compliance with the Kyoto Protocol and Recycling Revenues into Land-Use Projects

@inproceedings{Schlamadinger2001CappingTC,
  title={Capping the Cost of Compliance with the Kyoto Protocol and Recycling Revenues into Land-Use Projects},
  author={Bernhard Schlamadinger and Tsui-Wen Hsu and Zhen Geng and Michael Grubb and Christian Azar and Yoshiki Yamagata and Donald M. Goldberg and P. Read and Miko U F Kirschbaum and Philip Martin Fearnside and Taishi Sugiyama and Qing'an Wang and Klaus Boswald},
  booktitle={TheScientificWorldJournal},
  year={2001}
}
There is the concern among some countries that compliance costs with commitments under the Kyoto Protocol may be unacceptably high. There is also the concern that technical difficulties with the inclusion of land use, land-use change, and forestry activities in non-Annex I countries might lead to an effective exclusion of such activities from consideration under the Protocol. This paper is proposing a mechanism that addresses both these concerns. In essence, it is suggested that parties should… CONTINUE READING

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