Emissions Rights and their Transferability: Equity Concerns over Climate Change Mitigation

@article{Pan2003EmissionsRA,
  title={Emissions Rights and their Transferability: Equity Concerns over Climate Change Mitigation},
  author={J. Pan},
  journal={International Environmental Agreements},
  year={2003},
  volume={3},
  pages={1-16}
}
  • J. Pan
  • Published 2003
  • Economics
  • International Environmental Agreements
Existing literature on equity considerations for climate change mitigation has largely focused on fair burden-sharing at an inter-national level without adequate attention to equity concerns at the intra-national level. However, disparities between regions and income groups within nations pose perhaps more equity concerns over climate change mitigation than those between nations. While international equity can be agreed upon via political negotiation among nations, the poor in both developed… Expand
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