title={SECTORAL APPROACHES TO GREENHOUSE GAS MITIGATION Exploring Issues for Heavy Industry},
  author={Julia Reinaud and Matt Genasci and C{\'e}dric Philibert},
(World Resources Institute) for useful discussions on this subject. The paper draws extensively from earlier OECD and IEA work on sectoral crediting mechanisms, done under the aegis of the Annex I Expert Group on the UNFCCC in 2005-2006. Last but not least, the authors are indebted to and thank warmly the numerous government officials, industrial stakeholders, companies, federations, think-tanks and research institutes who took the time to meet with IEA staff and provided comments on the work… CONTINUE READING
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