Negotiating greenhouse abatement and the theory of public goods

@inproceedings{Hinchy1999NegotiatingGA,
  title={Negotiating greenhouse abatement and the theory of public goods},
  author={Mike Hinchy and B. Fisher},
  year={1999}
}
The initial qualified commitment of Annex 1 countries under the Framework Convention on Climate Change to stabilize emissions at 1990 levels showed little regard for economic considerations. Unilateral stabilization could impose markedly different costs on different countries and is not a cost minimizing approach to abatement. However, as negotiations have progressed and the problem has been increasingly studied, economic considerations have become more prominent. A number of countries now… Expand
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