Beyond Kyoto - A New Global Climate Certificate System: - download pdf or read online

By Lutz Wicke

ISBN-10: 3540224823

ISBN-13: 9783540224822

This balanced research provides information from the ‘climate-protection front’. at the down-side, neither the present 'Kyoto-Protocol' weather safety procedure with (legally binding) commitments by way of significant international locations to minimize or restrict their greenhouse gasoline emissions nor a variety of proposals for bettering the dedication process are in a position to assembly the last word target 'to hinder risky anthropogenic interference with the weather system'. at the up-side, by means of enforcing the GCCS, it seems that the final word weather security goal quoted will be accomplished, that constructing and newly industrialized international locations should be built-in into the security process by means of fitting a 'fair procedure' according to the democratic precept of 'one guy – one weather emission right', and that no industrialized state nor its shoppers of fossil fuels should be overburdened. similar to all proposed climate-protection schemes, super excessive hurdles should be triumph over whilst imposing the GCCS. in spite of the fact that, due to its vital benefits and its structural components, there exists nonetheless a small likelihood that mankind will be capable to hinder risky weather change.

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In: Energy Policy, vol. 27, no. 15, December 2000, p. 14. /Brack, D. (1999) The Kyoto Protocol – a guide and assessment. The Royal Institute of international Affairs, London, (reprint 2001), p. xxx. ‘Hot air’ is created if nations are allocated (tradable) emission rights that allow them to emit more than is expected on the basis of ‘business-as-usual’ behavior. Grupp suspects that ‘hot air’ primarily exists in the states of the former USSR (Russian Federation, Baltic states and the Ukraine) and in central and eastern Europe.

Refer to: European Parliament (1998) Resolution on climate change in the run-up to Buenos Aires. htm. : loc. , p. 6. e. the “TAR” (Third Assessment Report) from 2001: ■ IPCC (2001a) Climate change 2001. Third Assessment Report (TAR), Part I – The scientific basis. New York, Cambridge; ■ IPCC (2001b) Climate change 2001. Third Assessment Report (TAR), Part II – Impacts, adaption, and vulnerability. New York, Cambridge; ■ IPCC (2001c) Climate change 2001. Third Assessment Report (TAR), Part III – Mitigation.

Council Conclusions. Brussels 25–26 June 1996. It is also stated elsewhere that – as a result of the influence of the other climate-relevant gases – the 2 °C and the 550 ppm CO2 thresholds as defined by the EU are not (always) compatible and that the view generally seems to prevail that a limitation to 450 ppm CO2 is necessary in order to limit this temperature rise. : loc. , p. A. (2002) Equal per capita entitlements. /Llosa, S. ) Building a climate of trust: the Kyoto Protocol and beyond. , p.

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