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Volume 23, month 01, 2023

Green finance in Asia: challenges, policies and avenues for research pp. 1-10 Downloads
Ivan Diaz-Rainey, Jan Corfee-Morlot, Ulrich Volz and Ben Caldecott
Quantifying stranded assets of the coal-fired power in China under the Paris Agreement target pp. 11-24 Downloads
Weirong Zhang, Yiou Zhou, Zhen Gong, Junjie Kang, Changhong Zhao, Zhixu Meng, Jian Zhang, Tao Zhang and Jiahai Yuan
Government shareholders, wasted resources and climate ambitions: why is China still building new coal-fired power plants? pp. 25-40 Downloads
Alex Clark, Philippe Benoit and Jonathan Walters
Bilateral finance organizations and stranded asset risk in coal: the case of Japan pp. 41-56 Downloads
Llewelyn Hughes and Christian Downie
Clean at home, polluting abroad: the role of the Chinese financial system’s differential treatment of state-owned and private enterprises pp. 57-70 Downloads
Mathias Lund Larsen and Lars Oehler
What matters for private investment in renewable energy? pp. 71-87 Downloads
Dina Azhgaliyeva, John Beirne and Ranjeeta Mishra
Setting the sun on off-grid solar?: policy lessons from the Bangladesh solar home systems (SHS) programme pp. 88-95 Downloads
Laura Hellqvist and Harald Heubaum
Impact of regulatory policies on green bond issuances in China: policy lessons from a top-down approach pp. 96-107 Downloads
Vasundhara Saravade, Xingxing Chen, Olaf Weber and Xianzhong Song
Governing sustainable finance: insights from Indonesia pp. 108-121 Downloads
Abidah B. Setyowati
Out of the window? Green monetary policy in China: window guidance and the promotion of sustainable lending and investment pp. 122-137 Downloads
Simon Dikau and Ulrich Volz
Greening monetary policy: evidence from the People’s Bank of China pp. 138-149 Downloads
Camille Macaire and Alain Naef

Volume 22, month 11, 2022

Farmer extension facilitators as a pathway for climate smart agriculture: evidence from southern Malawi pp. 1097-1112 Downloads
Festus O. Amadu
Tackling the implementation gap of climate adaptation strategies: understanding policy translation in Brazil and Colombia pp. 1113-1129 Downloads
Carolina Milhorance, Fanny Howland, Eric Sabourin and Jean-François Le Coq
Adaptation, sustainable food systems and healthy diets: an analysis of climate policy integration in Fiji and Vanuatu pp. 1130-1145 Downloads
D. Medina Hidalgo, P.D. Nunn, H. Beazley, S. Burkhart and J. Rantes
Linking science and action to improve public health capacity for climate preparedness in lower- and middle-income countries pp. 1146-1154 Downloads
Colin Quinn, Amanda Quintana, Tegan Blaine, Amit Chandra, Pete Epanchin, Shanna Pitter, Wassila Thiaw, Amalhin Shek, Geoffrey M. Blate, Fernanda Zermoglio, Elizabeth Pleuss, Hiwot Teka, Eduardo Samo Gudo, Gunawardena Dissanayake, James Colborn, Juli Trtanj and John Balbus
Mainstreaming climate adaptation into urban development projects in the Netherlands: private sector drivers and municipal policy instruments pp. 1155-1168 Downloads
Niek ten Brinke, Joanne Vinke-de Kruijf, Leentje Volker and Nora Prins
Strengthening climate adaptation in the northern region of Ghana: insights from a stakeholder analysis pp. 1169-1185 Downloads
Enoch Yeleliere, Andy Bonaventure Nyamekye, Philip Antwi-Agyei and Emmanuel Frimpong Boamah
Human rights and the Warsaw International Mechanism: an interdisciplinary approach to overcome a financial gridlock pp. 1186-1198 Downloads
Erich de Castro Dias and Sofia Larriera Santurio
Evaluating progress on loss and damage: an assessment of the Executive Committee of the Warsaw International Mechanism under the UNFCCC pp. 1199-1212 Downloads
Angelica Johansson, Elisa Calliari, Noah Walker-Crawford, Friederike Hartz, Colin McQuistan and Lisa Vanhala
Climate justice for small island developing states: identifying appropriate international financing mechanisms for loss and damage pp. 1213-1224 Downloads
Matthew Lai, Stacy-ann Robinson, Emmanuel Salas, William Thao and Anna Shorb
The green climate fund and its shortcomings in local delivery of adaptation finance pp. 1225-1240 Downloads
Jessica Omukuti, Sam Barrett, Piran C. L. White, Robert Marchant and Alina Averchenkova
Post-2025 climate finance target: how much more and how much better? pp. 1241-1251 Downloads
W. P. Pauw, U. Moslener, L. H. Zamarioli, N. Amerasinghe, J. Atela, J. P. B. Affana, B. Buchner, R. J. T. Klein, K. L. Mbeva, J. Puri, J. T. Roberts, Z. Shawoo, C. Watson and R. Weikmans
The green transition in emerging economies: green bond issuance in Brazil and China pp. 1252-1265 Downloads
Juliana Lima de Deus, Marco Crocco and Fernanda Faria Silva
Country ownership in climate finance coordination: a comparative assessment of Kenya and Zambia pp. 1266-1280 Downloads
Zoha Shawoo, Adis Dzebo, Mikkel Funder and Kendra Dupuy
Implementing nationally determined contributions under the Paris agreement: an assessment of climate finance in Caribbean small island developing states pp. 1281-1289 Downloads
Preeya S. Mohan
Transformational adaptation and country ownership: competing priorities in international adaptation finance pp. 1290-1305 Downloads
Laura Kuhl and Jamie Shinn
Implications of the consumption-based accounting for future national emissions budgets pp. 1306-1318 Downloads
Xunzhang Pan, Hailin Wang, Xiuqing Lu, Xinzhu Zheng, Lining Wang and Wenying Chen
Snapshot of the Carbon Dioxide Removal certification and standards ecosystem (2021–2022) pp. 1319-1332 Downloads
Stephanie Arcusa and Starry Sprenkle-Hyppolite
An authenticated and secure accounting system for international emissions trading pp. 1333-1342 Downloads
Chenxing Li, Yang Yu, Andrew Chi-Chih Yao, Da Zhang and Xiliang Zhang
Towards net zero: making baselines for international carbon markets dynamic by applying ‘ambition coefficients’ pp. 1343-1355 Downloads
Axel Michaelowa, Katharina Michaelowa, Lukas Hermwille and Aglaja Espelage
Fossil Free Zones: a proposal pp. 1356-1362 Downloads
Fergus Green

Volume 22, month 09, 2022

Does climate advocacy matter? The importance of competing interest groups for national climate policies pp. 961-975 Downloads
Heike Böhler, Marcel Hanegraaff and Kai Schulze
Social Engagement with climate change: principles for effective visual representation on social media pp. 976-992 Downloads
Bienvenido León, Samuel Negredo and María Carmen Erviti
Addressing Biases that impact homeowners’ adoption of solar panels pp. 993-999 Downloads
Howard Kunreuther, Anna Polise and Quinlyn Spellmeyer
Balancing cost and justice concerns in the energy transition: comparing coal phase-out policies in Germany and the UK pp. 1000-1015 Downloads
Guri Bang, Knut Einar Rosendahl and Christoph Böhringer
Whose jobs face transition risk in Alberta? Understanding sectoral employment precarity in an oil-rich Canadian province pp. 1016-1032 Downloads
Antonina Scheer, Moritz Schwarz, Debbie Hopkins and Ben Caldecott
Just Transition: A whole-systems approach to decarbonisation pp. 1033-1049 Downloads
Simone Abram, Ed Atkins, Alix Dietzel, Kirsten Jenkins, Lorna Kiamba, Joshua Kirshner, Julia Kreienkamp, Karen Parkhill, Tom Pegram and Lara M. Santos Ayllón
Who pays for BECCS and DACCS in the UK: designing equitable climate policy pp. 1050-1068 Downloads
Anne Owen, Josh Burke and Esin Serin
Did Germany reach its 2020 climate targets thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic? pp. 1069-1083 Downloads
Shivenes Shammugam, Joachim Schleich, Barbara Schlomann and Lorenzo Montrone
Multi-scale politics in climate change: the mismatch of authority and capability in federalizing Nepal pp. 1084-1096 Downloads
Dil B. Khatri, Andrea J. Nightingale, Hemant Ojha, Gyanu Maskey and Pema Norbu Lama ‘Tsumpa’

Volume 22, month 08, 2022

Impact on the power mix and economy of Japan under a 2050 carbon-neutral scenario: Analysis using the E3ME macro-econometric model pp. 823-833 Downloads
Soocheol Lee, Yanmin He, Sunhee Suk, Toru Morotomi and Unnada Chewpreecha
Factors promoting business strategies, activities, and long-term commitment for climate change mitigation: a survey of Japanese enterprises pp. 834-850 Downloads
Shiro Hori, Daisuke Nogata, Yuriko Hayabuchi and Kayoko Kondo
A real options approach to assessing the cost savings potential of renewable energy adoption among SMEs in Ghana pp. 851-864 Downloads
Charles Gyamfi Ofori, Anthony Q. Q. Aboagye, Anthony Afful-Dadzie and Godfred Alufar Bokpin
The market for electric vehicles in China: modelling the abolition of policy incentives pp. 865-881 Downloads
Jianjun Wang, Ran Wang, Li Li and Jia Dong
Scenarios for mitigating CO2 emissions from energy supply in the absence of CO2 removal pp. 882-896 Downloads
Mark Diesendorf
Pricing carbon effectively: a pathway for higher climate change ambition pp. 897-905 Downloads
Goran Dominioni
Assessing barriers to the internationalization of China’s certified emission reductions (CCERs): a Delphi survey pp. 906-917 Downloads
Qianqian Wei and Sirui Xiao
Evaluating regional carbon emissions trading in China: effects, pathways, co-benefits, spillovers, and prospects pp. 918-934 Downloads
Junming Zhu, Zhangming Ge, Jiali Wang, Xiao Li and Can Wang
Economic and GHG impacts of a US state-level carbon tax: the case of Hawai‘i pp. 935-949 Downloads
Makena Coffman, Paul Bernstein, Maja Schjervheim, Sumner La Croix and Sherilyn Hayashida
A right to pollute versus a duty to mitigate: on the basis of emissions trading and carbon markets pp. 950-960 Downloads
Sarah Isabel Espinosa-Flor

Volume 22, month 07, 2022

Getting models and modellers to inform deep decarbonization strategies pp. 695-710 Downloads
Franck Lecocq, Alain Nadaï and Christophe Cassen
Understanding pledge and review: learning from analogies to the Paris Agreement review mechanisms pp. 711-727 Downloads
Kilian Raiser, Başak Çalı and Christian Flachsland
Evaluating the enhancement of the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) of developing countries: an international support programme perspective pp. 728-742 Downloads
Nishchay Mehrotra and Emmanuel Olatunbosun Benjamin
If money talks, what is the banking industry saying about climate change? pp. 743-753 Downloads
Jasmine Elliott and Åsa Löfgren
The policy coordinator role of national development banks in scaling climate finance: Evidence from the renewable energy sector pp. 754-769 Downloads
Fang Zhang
Climate change and central banks: what role for monetary policy? pp. 770-787 Downloads
Lena Boneva, Gianluigi Ferrucci and Francesco Mongelli
Financing the transformation: a proposal for a credit scheme to finance the Paris Agreement pp. 788-797 Downloads
Ottmar Edenhofer, Christian Klein, Kai Lessmann and Marco Wilkens
Definitions and accounting of climate finance: between divergence and constructive ambiguity pp. 798-816 Downloads
Igor Shishlov and Philipp Censkowsky
Overcoming misleading carbon footprints in the financial sector pp. 817-822 Downloads
Artjom Janssen, Wouter Botzen, Justin Dijk and Patty Duijm

Volume 22, month 04, 2022

Smallholder farmers’ engagement with climate smart agriculture in Africa: role of local knowledge and upscaling pp. 411-426 Downloads
Ayorinde Ogunyiola, Maaz Gardezi and Sumit Vij
Assessment of agricultural emissions, climate change mitigation and adaptation practices in Ethiopia pp. 427-444 Downloads
Diana Feliciano, John Recha, Gebermedihin Ambaw, Kirsten MacSween, Dawit Solomon and Eva Wollenberg
Costs and effectiveness of climate change adaptation in agriculture: a systematic review from the NENA region pp. 445-463 Downloads
Daniel El Chami, Antonio Trabucco, Theresa Wong, Mohamed Abdel Monem and Valentina Mereu
Farmers’ adaptations strategies towards soil salinity effects in agriculture: the interior coast of Bangladesh pp. 464-479 Downloads
Mohummed Shofi Ullah Mazumder and Muhammad Humayun Kabir
Climate clubs: politically feasible and desirable? pp. 480-487 Downloads
Robert Falkner, Naghmeh Nasiritousi and Gunilla Reischl
Will the regime ever break? Assessing socio-political and economic pressures to climate action and European oil majors’ response (2005-2019) pp. 488-501 Downloads
Leticia Canal Vieira, Mariolina Longo and Matteo Mura
Is border carbon adjustment the right tool for the power sector? pp. 502-513 Downloads
Zsuzsanna Pató, András Mezősi and László Szabó
Toward Indigenous visions of nature-based solutions: an exploration into Canadian federal climate policy pp. 514-533 Downloads
Graeme Reed, Nicolas D. Brunet, Deborah McGregor, Curtis Scurr, Tonio Sadik, Jamie Lavigne and Sheri Longboat
Disaster risk reduction and climate policy implementation challenges in Canada and Australia pp. 534-548 Downloads
Jonathan Raikes, Timothy F. Smith, Claudia Baldwin and Daniel Henstra

Volume 22, month 03, 2022

The role of knowledge maps in sub-national climate change policymaking and governance pp. 273-284 Downloads
Carlos Rodríguez-García, Adela García-Pintos, Gloria Caballero and Xose H. Vázquez
Linking solar geoengineering and emissions reductions: strategically resolving an international climate change policy dilemma pp. 285-300 Downloads
Jesse L. Reynolds
The urgent case for stronger climate targets for international shipping pp. 301-309 Downloads
Simon Bullock, James Mason and Alice Larkin
Tack to the future: is wind propulsion an ecomodernist or degrowth way to decarbonise maritime cargo transport? pp. 310-319 Downloads
Christiaan De Beukelaer
Industrial clustering as a barrier and an enabler for deep emission reduction: a case study of a Dutch chemical cluster pp. 320-338 Downloads
Zahra Janipour, Vincent de Gooyert, Mark Huijbregts and Heleen de Coninck
Central bank collateral as a green monetary policy instrument pp. 339-355 Downloads
Andrew McConnell, Boyan Yanovski and Kai Lessmann
Taming the Green Swan: a criteria-based analysis to improve the understanding of climate-related financial risk assessment tools pp. 356-370 Downloads
Julia Anna Bingler and Chiara Colesanti Senni
Climate risk and IMF surveillance policy: a baseline analysis pp. 371-388 Downloads
Luma Ramos, Kevin P. Gallagher, Corinne Stephenson and Irene Monasterolo
Banks’ climate commitments and credit to carbon-intensive industries: new evidence for France pp. 389-400 Downloads
Jean-Stéphane Mésonnier
National climate funds: a new dataset on national financing vehicles for climate change pp. 401-410 Downloads
Rishikesh Ram Bhandary

Volume 22, month 02, 2022

Glass half full or glass half empty?: the 2021 Glasgow Climate Conference pp. 147-157 Downloads
Joanna Depledge, Miguel Saldivia and Cristina Peñasco
Twenty years of climate policy: G20 coverage and gaps pp. 158-174 Downloads
Leonardo Nascimento, Takeshi Kuramochi, Gabriela Iacobuta, Michel den Elzen, Hanna Fekete, Marie Weishaupt, Heleen Laura van Soest, Mark Roelfsema, Gustavo De Vivero-Serrano, Swithin Lui, Frederic Hans, Maria Jose de Villafranca Casas and Niklas Höhne
Loss and damage in the global stocktake pp. 175-183 Downloads
Daniel Puig
The ‘national turn’ in climate change loss and damage governance research: constructing the L&D policy landscape in Tuvalu pp. 184-197 Downloads
Elisa Calliari and Lisa Vanhala
Measuring comprehensive carbon prices of national climate policies pp. 198-207 Downloads
Mark Carhart, Robert Litterman, Clayton Munnings and Olivia Vitali
Averaging or multi-year accounting? Environmental integrity implications for using international carbon markets in the context of single-year targets pp. 208-221 Downloads
Anne Siemons and Lambert Schneider
Has the international climate regime promoted climate justice? Evidence from Clean Development Mechanism projects in China pp. 222-235 Downloads
Jingyuan Xu and Yue Zhang
How green primary iron production in South Africa could help global decarbonization pp. 236-247 Downloads
Hilton Trollip, Bryce McCall and Chris Bataille
Climate and trade policies: from silos to integration pp. 248-253 Downloads
Noémie Laurens, Clara Brandi and Jean-Frédéric Morin
A new way forward for ocean-climate policy as reflected in the UNFCCC Ocean and Climate Change Dialogue submissions pp. 254-271 Downloads
Bobbi-Jo Dobush, Natalya D. Gallo, Melania Guerra, Bleuenn Guilloux, Elisabeth Holland, Sarah Seabrook and Lisa A. Levin

Volume 22, month 01, 2022

Countries with sustained greenhouse gas emissions reductions: an analysis of trends and progress by sector pp. 1-17 Downloads
William F. Lamb, Michael Grubb, Francesca Diluiso and Jan C. Minx
Assessing the rapidly-emerging landscape of net zero targets pp. 18-29 Downloads
Thomas Hale, Stephen M. Smith, Richard Black, Kate Cullen, Byron Fay, John Lang and Saba Mahmood
Scenarios for different ‘Future Indias’: sharpening energy and climate modelling tools pp. 30-47 Downloads
Thomas Spencer and Navroz K. Dubash
Economic and social effectiveness of carbon pricing schemes to meet Brazilian NDC targets pp. 48-63 Downloads
William Wills, Emilio Lebre La Rovere, Carolina Grottera, Giovanna Ferrazzo Naspolini, Gaëlle Le Treut, Frédéric Ghersi, Julien Lefèvre and Carolina Burle Schmidt Dubeux
Do CO2 emissions trading schemes deliver co-benefits? Evidence from Shanghai pp. 64-76 Downloads
Jie-Sheng Tan-Soo, Lili Li, Ping Qin and Xiao-bing Zhang
A global assessment of policy tools to support climate adaptation pp. 77-96 Downloads
Nicola Ulibarri, Idowu Ajibade, Eranga K. Galappaththi, Elphin Tom Joe, Alexandra Lesnikowski, Katharine J. Mach, Justice Issah Musah-Surugu, Gabriela Nagle Alverio, Alcade C. Segnon, A.R. Siders, Garry Sotnik, Donovan Campbell, Vasiliki I. Chalastani, Kripa Jagannathan, Vhalinavho Khavhagali, Diana Reckien, Yuanyuan Shang, Chandni Singh and Zinta Zommers
Policy attention to climate change impacts, adaptation and vulnerability: a global assessment of National Communications (1994–2019) pp. 97-111 Downloads
Robbert Biesbroek, Sarah Judith Wright, Stefanie Korswagen Eguren, Anita Bonotto and Ioannis N. Athanasiadis
Farmers’ preferences and willingness to pay for climate-smart agricultural technologies on rice production in Nigeria pp. 112-131 Downloads
Ifeoma Q. Anugwa, Elizabeth A. Onwubuya, Jane M. Chah, Chisom C. Abonyi and Eleanya Nduka
A systematic review of Nepalese farmers’ climate change adaptation strategies pp. 132-146 Downloads
Sushila Rijal, Popular Gentle, Uttam Khanal, Clevo Wilson and Bhagawat Rimal
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