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On the Compatibility of Flexible Instruments : Environment & Policy - C. J. Jepma

On the Compatibility of Flexible Instruments

Environment & Policy

By: C. J. Jepma (Editor), Wytze van der Gaast (Editor)

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Published: 30th June 1999
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This volume is on the flexibility mechanisms of the Kyoto Protocol and summarises the main fmdings of a two day workshop on 'Dealing with Carbon Credits after Kyoto', organised by ETC and the JIN foundation (both from the Netherlands) in Callantsoog, the Netherlands, on 28-29 May 1998. The workshop was one of the fIrst meetings held on the flexibility mechanisms after the Kyoto Protocol had been accepted at the Third Conference of the Parties (CoP3) in Kyoto, Japan, in December 1997. During the workshop it became clear that during the stage of translating the Protocol provisions on the flexibility mechanisms (notably Articles 6, 12 and 17) into concrete action, there are still many questions on how to interpret the scope and meaning of the Protocol text precisely. Indeed, various issues need to be elaborated on before a full assessment of the future practical work - the start of CDM and JI projects and possibly international emissions trading - can be made. Several issues were addressed at the workshop: e. g. how and via which procedures to determine the net abatement of particular CDMIJI projects; who is liable for non- compliance in international emissions trading; is there a need for credit sharing formulae; can incentives be provided for early action, etc.

Preface
List of Abbreviations
Flexible Instruments' Carbon Credits after Kyotop. 3
Strengthening the Economy through Climate Change Policies: the Case of the Russian Federationp. 17
The Clean Development Mechanism: Unravelling the 'Mystery'p. 33
Creation and Sharing of Credits through the Clean Development Mechanism under the Kyoto Protocolp. 47
An Exploration of Possible Crediting Regimes for the CDMp. 65
Additionality, Transactional Barriers and the Political Economy of Climate Changep. 77
Towards a Successful International GHG Emissions Trading Systemp. 93
Administrative and Compliance Issues Related to International Emissions Tradingp. 103
Designing a Domestic GHG Emissions Trading System: the Example of Norwayp. 109
On Equity and Developing Country Participationp. 125
Meeting the Kyoto Commitments using JI, CDM and IET: Opportunities, Risks and Constraints at the Practical Implementation Levelp. 143
The Kyoto Mechanisms and the Need for Commercialised Offsets Tradingp. 151
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ISBN: 9780792357285
ISBN-10: 0792357280
Series: Environment & Policy
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 171
Published: 30th June 1999
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.99