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Volume 19, issue 5, 2019

Designing air ticket taxes for climate change mitigation: insights from a Swedish valuation study pp. 651-663 Downloads
Jonas Sonnenschein and Nora Smedby

Volume 19, issue 4, 2019

Job losses and political acceptability of climate policies: why the ‘job-killing’ argument is so persistent and how to overturn it pp. 524-532 Downloads
Francesco Vona

Volume 19, issue 3, 2019

Is India pulling its weight? India’s nationally determined contribution and future energy plans in global climate policy pp. 275-282 Downloads
Aniruddh Mohan and Timon Wehnert
Climate action for food security in South Asia? Analyzing the role of agriculture in nationally determined contributions to the Paris agreement pp. 283-298 Downloads
T. S. Amjath-Babu, Pramod K. Aggarwal and Sonja Vermeulen
Using probabilistic analysis to improve greenhouse gas baseline forecasts in developing country contexts: the case of Chile pp. 299-314 Downloads
Raul O’ Ryan, Carlos Benavides, Manuel Díaz, Juan Pablo San Martín and Javier Mallea
What drives policy change for REDD+? A qualitative comparative analysis of the interplay between institutional and policy arena factors pp. 315-328 Downloads
Kaisa Korhonen-Kurki, Maria Brockhaus, Jenniver Sehring, Monica Di Gregorio, Samuel Assembe-Mvondo, Andrea Babon, Melaku Bekele, Vanessa Benn, Maria Fernanda Gebara, Hermann W. Kambire, Felicien Kengoum, Cynthia Maharani, Mary Menton, Moira Moeliono, Robert Ochieng, Naya Sharma Paudel, Thuy Thu Pham, Guy Patrice Dkamela and Almeida Sitoe
Governance of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS): accounting, rewarding, and the Paris agreement pp. 329-341 Downloads
Asbjørn Torvanger
Resilience through interlinkage: the green climate fund and climate finance governance pp. 342-353 Downloads
Megan Bowman and Stephen Minas
Implementing climate change adaptation: lessons from India’s national adaptation fund on climate change (NAFCC) pp. 354-366 Downloads
Ravi S. Prasad and Ridhima Sud
Upholding labour productivity under climate change: an assessment of adaptation options pp. 367-385 Downloads
Ed Day, Sam Fankhauser, Nick Kingsmill, Hélia Costa and Anna Mavrogianni
Environmental integrity of international carbon market mechanisms under the Paris Agreement pp. 386-400 Downloads
Lambert Schneider and Stephanie La Hoz Theuer

Volume 19, issue 2, 2019

Aligning climate action with the self-interest and short-term dominated priorities of decision-makers pp. 139-146 Downloads
Arpad Cseh
The impact of compensatory measures on public support for carbon taxation: an experimental study in Sweden pp. 147-160 Downloads
Sverker C. Jagers, Johan Martinsson and Simon Matti
Achievability of the Paris Agreement targets in the EU: demand-side reduction potentials in a carbon budget perspective pp. 161-174 Downloads
Vicki Duscha, Alexandra Denishchenkova and Jakob Wachsmuth
Decision making under uncertainty in climate change mitigation: introducing multiple actor motivations, agency and influence pp. 175-188 Downloads
Katy Roelich and Jannik Giesekam
The nexus between nationally determined contributions and technology needs assessments: a global analysis pp. 189-205 Downloads
Lindy Charlery and Sara Lærke Meltofte Trærup
Resistance to relocation in flood-vulnerable coastal areas: a proposed composite index pp. 206-218 Downloads
Hélène Rey-Valette, Samuel Robert and Bénédicte Rulleau
Low carbon scenarios and policies for the power sector in Botswana pp. 219-230 Downloads
Yong Jun Baek, Tae Yong Jung and Sung Jin Kang
Do climate engineering experts display moral-hazard behaviour? pp. 231-243 Downloads
Christine Merk, Gert Pönitzsch and Katrin Rehdanz
Democracy, electoral systems and emissions: explaining when and why democratization promotes mitigation pp. 244-257 Downloads
Zeynep Clulow
The threat to climate change mitigation posed by the abundance of fossil fuels pp. 258-274 Downloads
Filip Johnsson, Jan Kjärstad and Johan Rootzén

Volume 19, issue 1, 2019

Sustainable energy transition in developing countries: the role of energy aid donors pp. 1-16 Downloads
Jung Eun Kim
Russian industry responses to climate change: the case of the metals and mining sector pp. 17-29 Downloads
Ellie Martus
Zero carbon energy system pathways for Ireland consistent with the Paris Agreement pp. 30-42 Downloads
James Glynn, Maurizio Gargiulo, Alessandro Chiodi, Paul Deane, Fionn Rogan and Brian Ó Gallachóir
Adaptation financing for projects focused on food systems through the UNFCCC pp. 43-58 Downloads
Aleksandra Conevska, James Ford, Alexandra Lesnikowski and Sherilee Harper
Which policy instruments attract foreign direct investments in renewable energy? pp. 59-72 Downloads
Ronald Wall, Stelios Grafakos, Alberto Gianoli and Spyridon Stavropoulos
Prospects for steam coal exporters in the era of climate policies: a case study of Colombia pp. 73-91 Downloads
Pao-Yu Oei and Roman Mendelevitch
Pricing carbon consumption: synthesizing an emerging trend pp. 92-107 Downloads
Clayton Munnings, William Acworth, Oliver Sartor, Yong-Gun Kim and Karsten Neuhoff
Developing Africa’s energy mix pp. 108-124 Downloads
Gregor Schwerhoff and Mouhamadou Sy
Overcoming barriers to climate change information management in small island developing states: lessons from pacific SIDS pp. 125-138 Downloads
Samuel Mackay, Rebecca Brown, Makelesi Gonelevu, Netatua Pelesikoti, Talei Kocovanua, Rebecca Iaken, Florence Iautu, Luisa Tuiafitu-Malolo, Sione Fulivai, Ma’asi Lepa and Brendan Mackey

Volume 18, issue 11, 2018

Escaping the climate policy uncertainty trap: options contracts for REDD+ pp. 1227-1234 Downloads
Alexander Golub, Sabine Fuss, Ruben Lubowski, Jake Hiller, Nikolay Khabarov, Nicolas Koch, Andrey Krasovskii, Florian Kraxner, Timothy Laing, Michael Obersteiner, Charles Palmer, Pedro Piris-Cabezas, Wolf Heinrich Reuter, Jana Szolgayová, Luca Taschini and Johanna Wehkamp
The impacts of economic structure on China’s carbon dioxide emissions: an analysis with reference to other East Asian economies pp. 1235-1245 Downloads
Tin Fai Kwok, Yuan Xu, Xiao Liu and Yee Leung
Electricity regulation in the Chinese national emissions trading scheme (ETS): lessons for carbon leakage and linkage with the EU ETS pp. 1246-1259 Downloads
Yingying Zeng, Stefan E. Weishaar and Hans H. B. Vedder
Land restoration in food security programmes: synergies with climate change mitigation pp. 1260-1270 Downloads
Dominic Woolf, Dawit Solomon and Johannes Lehmann
National contributions to climate change mitigation from agriculture: allocating a global target pp. 1271-1285 Downloads
Meryl Breton Richards, Eva Wollenberg and Detlef van Vuuren
Combining low-carbon economic development and oil exploration in Brazil? An energy–economy assessment pp. 1286-1295 Downloads
Julien Lefèvre, William Wills and Jean-Charles Hourcade
Alignment between nationally determined contributions and the sustainable development goals for West Africa pp. 1296-1312 Downloads
Philip Antwi-Agyei, Andrew J. Dougill, Thomas P. Agyekum and Lindsay C. Stringer
The effectiveness of communicative tools in addressing barriers to municipal climate change adaptation: lessons from the Netherlands pp. 1313-1326 Downloads
Heleen Mees, Niels Tijhuis and Carel Dieperink
The cost of achieving South Africa’s ‘fair share’ of global climate change mitigation pp. 1327-1339 Downloads
Hugo Van Zyl, Yvonne Lewis, James Kinghorn and James Reeler

Volume 18, issue 10, 2018

The global climate action summit: increasing ambition during turbulent times pp. 1087-1093 Downloads
Vicki Arroyo
Dealing with climate science denialism: experiences from confrontations with other forms of pseudoscience pp. 1094-1102 Downloads
Sven Ove Hansson
Reducing global GHG emissions by replicating successful sector examples: the ‘good practice policies’ scenario pp. 1103-1113 Downloads
Mark Roelfsema, Hanna Fekete, Niklas Höhne, Michel den Elzen, Nicklas Forsell, Takeshi Kuramochi, Heleen de Coninck and Detlef P. van Vuuren
National climate change mitigation legislation, strategy and targets: a global update pp. 1114-1132 Downloads
Gabriela Iacobuta, Navroz K. Dubash, Prabhat Upadhyaya, Mekdelawit Deribe and Niklas Höhne
Reducing fugitive methane emissions from the North American oil and gas sector: a proposed science-policy framework pp. 1133-1151 Downloads
Kate Konschnik and Sarah Marie Jordaan
The participation of core stakeholders in the design of, and challenges to, the US Clean Power Plan pp. 1152-1164 Downloads
Ramiro Berardo and Federico Holm
Optimal international technology cooperation for the low-carbon transformation pp. 1165-1176 Downloads
Anselm Schultes, Marian Leimbach, Gunnar Luderer, Robert C. Pietzcker, Lavinia Baumstark, Nico Bauer, Elmar Kriegler and Ottmar Edenhofer
‘This was different’: transferring climate mitigation knowledge practices south to south with the MAPS programme pp. 1177-1188 Downloads
Lisa Kane and Michael Boulle
Swimming upstream: addressing fossil fuel supply under the UNFCCC pp. 1189-1202 Downloads
Georgia Piggot, Peter Erickson, Harro van Asselt and Michael Lazarus
Measuring the adaptation goal in the global stocktake of the Paris Agreement pp. 1203-1209 Downloads
Brianna Craft and Susannah Fisher
Africa and the Green Climate Fund: current challenges and future opportunities pp. 1210-1225 Downloads
William M. Fonta, Elias T. Ayuk and Tiff van Huysen

Volume 18, issue 9, 2018

Erratum pp. I-I Downloads
The Editors
Carbon taxes and greenhouse gas emissions trading systems: what have we learned? pp. 955-966 Downloads
Erik Haites
Carbon pricing in practice: a review of existing emissions trading systems pp. 967-991 Downloads
Easwaran Narassimhan, Kelly S. Gallagher, Stefan Koester and Julio Rivera Alejo
Effectiveness of pilot carbon emissions trading systems in China pp. 992-1011 Downloads
Zhe Deng, Dongya Li, Tao Pang and Maosheng Duan
Striving for equivalency across the Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario and Québec carbon pricing systems: the Pan-Canadian carbon pricing benchmark pp. 1012-1027 Downloads
Sharon Mascher
The impact of the Tokyo Metropolitan Emissions Trading Scheme on reducing greenhouse gas emissions: findings from a facility-based study pp. 1028-1043 Downloads
Masayo Wakabayashi and Osamu Kimura
Addressing regional disparities in allowance allocation in China’s national emissions trading scheme pp. 1044-1058 Downloads
Tao Pang, Maosheng Duan and Zhe Deng
Challenges to addressing non-CO2 greenhouse gases in China’s long-term climate strategy pp. 1059-1065 Downloads
Xin Wang, Fei Teng, Jingjing Zhang, Nina Khanna and Jiang Lin
CO2 abatement goals for international shipping pp. 1066-1075 Downloads
Michael Traut, Alice Larkin, Kevin Anderson, Christophe McGlade, Maria Sharmina and Tristan Smith
Financing loss and damage: reviewing options under the Warsaw International Mechanism pp. 1076-1086 Downloads
Jonathan Gewirtzman, Sujay Natson, Julie-Anne Richards, Victoria Hoffmeister, Alexis Durand, Romain Weikmans, Saleemul Huq and J. Timmons Roberts

Volume 18, issue 8, 2018

Erratum pp. I-I Downloads
The Editors
US and international climate policy under President Trump pp. 813-817 Downloads
Frank Jotzo, Joanna Depledge and Harald Winkler

Volume 18, issue 7, 2018

What if negative emission technologies fail at scale? Implications of the Paris Agreement for big emitting nations pp. 690-714 Downloads
Alice Larkin, Jaise Kuriakose, Maria Sharmina and Kevin Anderson
The Korean emissions trading scheme: business perspectives on the early years of operations pp. 715-728 Downloads
Sunhee Suk, SangYeop Lee and Yu Shim Jeong

Volume 18, issue 5, 2018

Political communication and public support for climate mitigation policies: a country-comparative perspective pp. 543-555 Downloads
Stefan Linde
Entry into force and then? The Paris agreement and state accountability pp. 593-599 Downloads
Sylvia I. Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, Maja Groff, Peter A. Tamás, Arthur L. Dahl, Marie Harder and Graham Hassall
Broadening the scope of loss and damage to legal liability: an experiment pp. 600-611 Downloads
Elisabeth Gsottbauer, Robert Gampfer, Elizabeth Bernold and Anna-Mateja Delas
Informing climate policy through institutional collaboration: reflections on the preparation of Colombia’s nationally determined contribution pp. 612-626 Downloads
Alessandro De Pinto, Ana Maria Loboguerrero, Mario Londoño, Katherine Ovalle Sanabria and Rodrigo Suarez Castaño
Fairness in the climate negotiations: what explains variation in parties’ expressed conceptions? pp. 642-654 Downloads
Vegard Tørstad and Håkon Sælen

Volume 18, issue 4, 2018

Learning from CDM SD tool experience for Article 6.4 of the Paris Agreement pp. 383-395 Downloads
Karen Holm Olsen, Christof Arens and Florian Mersmann
Vehicle tax policies and new passenger car CO2 performance in EU member states pp. 396-412 Downloads
Denis Dineen, Lisa Ryan and Brian Ó Gallachóir
Assessing the EU ETS with a bottom-up, multi-sector model pp. 413-424 Downloads
Pablo Pintos and Pedro Linares
Assessing the ambition of post-2020 climate targets: a comprehensive framework pp. 425-441 Downloads
Niklas Höhne, Hanna Fekete, Michel G.J. den Elzen, Andries F. Hof and Takeshi Kuramochi
The impact of shale gas on the costs of climate policy pp. 442-458 Downloads
Jan Kersting, Vicki Duscha, Joachim Schleich and Kimon Keramidas
Could baseline establishment be counterproductive for emissions reduction? Insights from Vietnam’s building sector pp. 459-470 Downloads
Maryna Karavai, Søren E. Lütken and Daniel Puig
Public perception of climate engineering and carbon capture and storage in Germany: survey evidence pp. 471-484 Downloads
Carola Braun, Christine Merk, Gert Pönitzsch, Katrin Rehdanz and Ulrich Schmidt
Integrating behavioural economics into climate-economy models: some policy lessons pp. 485-498 Downloads
Karolina Safarzynska
Institutional dimensions of climate change adaptation: insights from the Philippines pp. 499-511 Downloads
Sining C. Cuevas
Convergence of per capita carbon dioxide emissions: implications and meta-analysis pp. 512-525 Downloads
Sevil Acar, Patrik Söderholm and Runar Brännlund
Climate-smart agriculture: perspectives and framings pp. 526-541 Downloads
Alvin Chandra, Karen E. McNamara and Paul Dargusch

Volume 18, issue 2, 2018

Fiji-in-Bonn: will the ‘Talanoa spirit’ prevail? pp. 141-145 Downloads
Harald Winkler and Joanna Depledge
Adaptation and poverty reduction in Mozambique: an opportunity for developing countries to lead pp. 146-150 Downloads
Colin F. Quinn, Jennifer F. Howard, Chen Chen, Joyce E. Coffee, Carlos E. Quintela, Britt A. Parker and Joel B. Smith
Options to overcome the barriers to pricing European agricultural emissions pp. 151-169 Downloads
Godefroy Grosjean, Sabine Fuss, Nicolas Koch, Benjamin L. Bodirsky, Stéphane De Cara and William Acworth
Natural gas and climate finance pp. 170-183 Downloads
Vanesa Castán Broto
The role of money and the financial sector in energy-economy models used for assessing climate and energy policy pp. 184-197 Downloads
Hector Pollitt and Jean-Francois Mercure
Effects of pollution control measures on carbon emission reduction in China: evidence from the 11th and 12th Five-Year Plans pp. 198-209 Downloads
Alun Gu, Fei Teng and Xiangzhao Feng
Four intermediate goals: a methodology for evaluation of climate mitigation policy packages pp. 210-220 Downloads
Yasuko Kameyama and Akinori Kawamoto
When does economic development promote mitigation and why? pp. 221-234 Downloads
Zeynep Clulow
Characteristics of forest carbon credit transactions in the voluntary carbon market pp. 235-245 Downloads
Dong-Ho Lee, Dong-hwan Kim and Seong-il Kim
Could fiscal policies induce green innovation in developing countries? The case of Brazilian manufacturing sectors pp. 246-257 Downloads
Camila Gramkow and Annela Anger-Kraavi
Ex-post cap adjustment for China’s ETS: an applicable indexation rule, simulating the Hubei ETS, and implications for a national scheme pp. 258-273 Downloads
Banban Wang, Frank Jotzo and Shaozhou Qi

Volume 18, issue 1, 2018

Defining deep decarbonization pathways for Switzerland: an economic evaluation pp. 1-13 Downloads
Frédéric Babonneau, Philippe Thalmann and Marc Vielle
Place-based or sector-based adaptation? A case study of municipal and fishery policy integration pp. 14-23 Downloads
Ahmed Khan, Anthony Charles and Derek Armitage
Effective and geographically balanced? An output-based assessment of non-state climate actions pp. 24-35 Downloads
Sander Chan, Robert Falkner, Matthew Goldberg and Harro van Asselt
China’s changing economy and emissions trajectory: following global trends pp. 36-41 Downloads
Mukul Sanwal and Xinzhu Zheng
The contribution of forest carbon credit projects to addressing the climate change challenge pp. 42-48 Downloads
Wytze van der Gaast, Richard Sikkema and Moriz Vohrer
Adaptation to climate change in Bangladesh pp. 49-62 Downloads
Isaure Delaporte and Mathilde Maurel
Urban vulnerability and adaptation to heatwaves: a case study of Graz (Austria) pp. 63-75 Downloads
Christiane Reischl, Romana Rauter and Alfred Posch
Global impact of a climate treaty if the Human Development Index replaces GDP as a welfare proxy pp. 76-85 Downloads
Jeroen van den Bergh and Wouter Botzen
Mainstreaming climate change adaptation into inland aquaculture policies in Thailand pp. 86-98 Downloads
Anuwat Uppanunchai, Chanagun Chitmanat and Louis Lebel
Air quality benefit of China’s mitigation target to peak its emission by 2030 pp. 99-110 Downloads
Xi Yang and Fei Teng
The complex decision-making of climate-induced relocation: adaptation and loss and damage pp. 111-117 Downloads
Karen E. McNamara, Robin Bronen, Nishara Fernando and Silja Klepp
The challenges of monitoring national climate policy: learning lessons from the EU pp. 118-128 Downloads
Jonas J. Schoenefeld, Mikael Hildén and Andrew J. Jordan
Could Cohesion Policy push EU climate efforts? pp. 129-139 Downloads
Michal Nekvasil and Bedřich Moldan
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