Meeting Human Development Goals with Low Emissions : An Alternative to Emissions Caps for post-Kyoto from a Developing Country Perspective

@inproceedings{Pan2005MeetingHD,
  title={Meeting Human Development Goals with Low Emissions : An Alternative to Emissions Caps for post-Kyoto from a Developing Country Perspective},
  author={Jiahua Pan},
  year={2005}
}
This paper proposes a post-Kyoto scenario on commitment issues from a developing country perspective in which commitments by developing countries will be linked to human development goals as the first priority and ultimate goal, and then translated to carbon goals. Three different types of commitments are discussed with particular reference to developing country participation, including: voluntary, conditional and obligatory. For low-carbon development, there should be no luxurious emissions… CONTINUE READING

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