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Volume 3, issue 12, 2003

Special Supplement on Defining and Trading Emission Targets pp. S1-S2 Downloads
Michael Grubb
Special Supplement on Defining and Trading Emission Targets pp. S3-S6 Downloads
William Pizer and Andrei Marcu
Absolute versus intensity-based emission caps pp. S7-S20 Downloads
A. Denny Ellerman and Ian Sue Wing
"Intensity" targets: pathway or roadblock to preventing climate change while enhancing economic growth? pp. S21-S28 Downloads
D. Dudek and Alexander Golub
Output-based allocation as a form of protection for internationally competitive industries pp. S29-S41 Downloads
Erik Haites
Systems for carbon trading: an overview pp. S43-S57 Downloads
Henrik Hasselknippe
Price-related sensitivities of greenhouse gas intensity targets pp. S59-S74 Downloads
Benito Müller and Georg Müller-Fürstenberger
Hitting emissions targets with (statistical) confidence in multi-instrument Emissions Trading Schemes pp. S75-S87 Downloads
David Shipworth
Combining rate-based and cap-and-trade emissions policies pp. S89-S103 Downloads
Carolyn Fischer
The evolution of emissions trading in the EU: tensions between national trading schemes and the proposed EU directive pp. S105-S124 Downloads
Catherine Boemare, Philippe Quirion and Steve Sorrell
Trading for climate without trading off on the environment An Australian perspective on integration between emissions trading and other environmental objectives and programs pp. S125-S141 Downloads
David Jones
The Carbon Trading Game pp. S143-S155 Downloads
Roger Fouquet
Global frameworks, grounded actions pp. 327-328 Downloads
Michael Grubb
The trade regime and the climate regime: institutional evolution and adaptation pp. 329-341 Downloads
Thomas L. Brewer
Convergence or divergence? Status and prospects for US climate strategy pp. 343-358 Downloads
Atle Christer Christiansen
Global climate policy: will cities lead the way? pp. 359-372 Downloads
Carolyn Kousky and Stephen H. Schneider
Thirteen plus one: a comparison of global climate policy architectures pp. 373-397 Downloads
Joseph Aldy, Scott Barrett and Robert Stavins
Russian behaviour in the market for permits under the Kyoto Protocol pp. 399-415 Downloads
Bjart Holtsmark
The investment climate for climate investment: Joint Implementation in transition countries pp. 417-434 Downloads
Samuel Fankhauser and Lucia Lavric
Inter-trading permanent emissions credits and rented temporary carbon emissions offsets: some issues and alternatives pp. 435-444 Downloads
Roger Sedjo and Gregg Marland
Credited forest carbon sinks: how the cost reduction is allocated among countries and sectors pp. 445-461 Downloads
Johanna Pohjola, Leena Kerkelä and Raisa Mäkipää
Book reviews pp. 463-465 Downloads
Roger Fouquet
Book reviews pp. 465-467 Downloads
Hadi Dowlatabadi
Book reviews pp. 467-469 Downloads
Semida Silveira
Acknowledgement pp. 471-471 Downloads
Michael Grubb and Ray Purdy
Obituary pp. 473-474 Downloads
Shuzo Nishioka
Meeting Report pp. 475-477 Downloads
Michael Grubb

Volume 3, issue 11, 2003

Preface pp. S1-S1 Downloads
Michael Grubb
Editorial pp. S3-S8 Downloads
Thomas E. Downing, Mohan Munasinghe and Joanna Depledge
Integrating sustainable development into the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change pp. S9-S17 Downloads
Adil Najam, Atiq A. Rahman, Saleemul Huq and Youba Sokona
Climate change and sustainable development: expanding the options pp. S19-S40 Downloads
Rob Swart, John Robinson and Stewart Cohen
Exploring equity and sustainable development in the new carbon economy pp. S41-S56 Downloads
Katrina Brown and Esteve Corbera
Integrated assessment of CO 2 and SO 2 policies in North East Asia pp. S57-S79 Downloads
Yeora Chae and Chris Hope
Synergy of adaptation and mitigation strategies in the context of sustainable development: the case of Vietnam pp. S81-S96 Downloads
Hanh H. Dang, Axel Michaelowa and Dao D. Tuan
The development and climate nexus: the case of sub-Saharan Africa pp. S97-S113 Downloads
Ogunlade Davidson, Kirsten Halsnæs, Saleemul Huq, Marcel Kok, Bert Metz, Youba Sokona and Jan Verhagen
Viable responses to the equity-responsibility dilemma: a consequentialist view pp. S115-S133 Downloads
Frédéric Ghersi, Jean-Charles Hourcade and Patrick Criqui
Sustainable consumption and greenhouse gas mitigation pp. S135-S146 Downloads
Laurie Michaelis
Integrating climate change and sustainable development in a place-based context pp. S147-S154 Downloads
Thomas J. Wilbanks

Volume 3, issue 9, 2003

Editorial pp. 189-190 Downloads
Michael Grubb
Institutional interaction to address greenhouse gas emissions from international transport: ICAO, IMO and the Kyoto Protocol pp. 191-205 Downloads
Sebastian Oberthür
Air transport cruise altitude restrictions to minimize contrail formation pp. 207-219 Downloads
Victoria Williams, Robert Noland and Ralf Toumi
Climate negotiations beyond Kyoto: developing countries concerns and interests pp. 221-231 Downloads
Adil Najam, Saleemul Huq and Youba Sokona
Climate change and extreme weather events: can developing countries adapt? pp. 233-248 Downloads
M. Monirul Qader Mirza
The impact of private investor's transaction costs on the cost effectiveness of project-based Kyoto mechanisms pp. 249-259 Downloads
W. Fichtner, S. Graehl and O. Rentz
Transaction costs of the Kyoto Mechanisms pp. 261-278 Downloads
Axel Michaelowa, Marcus Stronzik, Frauke Eckermann and Alistair Hunt
Benefits from increased cooperation and energy trade under CO 2 commitments-The Nordic case pp. 279-294 Downloads
Thomas Unger and Tomas Ekvall
The special climate change fund: origins and prioritisation assessment pp. 295-302 Downloads
Suraje Dessai
Will the Clean Development Mechanism be effectively implemented in China? pp. 303-307 Downloads
Kristian Tangen and Gørild Heggelund
Report on UNFCCC Subsidiary Body Meetings, Bonn, June 2003 pp. 309-313 Downloads
Thomas R. Jacob
Book reviews pp. 315-317 Downloads
Hadi Dowlatabadi
Book reviews pp. 317-319 Downloads
Z. W. Kundzewicz
Book reviews pp. 319-322 Downloads
Benjamin L. Preston
Book reviews pp. 322-325 Downloads
Axel Michaelowa

Volume 3, issue 6, 2003

Replacing carbon lost from forests: an assessment of insurance, reserves, and expiring credits pp. 107-122 Downloads
Susan Subak
A conceptual framework and its application for addressing leakage: the case of avoided deforestation pp. 123-136 Downloads
Louise Aukland, Pedro Moura Costa and Sandra Brown
Great expectations: can international emissions trading deliver an equitable climate regime? pp. 137-148 Downloads
Kevin A. Baumert, James F. Perkaus and Nancy Kete
The climatic impacts of land surface change and carbon management, and the implications for climate-change mitigation policy pp. 149-157 Downloads
Gregg Marland, Roger A. Pielke, Mike Apps, Roni Avissar, Richard A. Betts, Kenneth J. Davis, Peter C. Frumhoff, Stephen T. Jackson, Linda A. Joyce, Pekka Kauppi, John Katzenberger, Kenneth G. MacDicken, Ronald P. Neilson, John O. Niles, Dev dutta S. Niyogi, Richard J. Norby, Naomi Pena, Neil Sampson and Yongkang Xue
Catching air? Climate change policy in Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan pp. 159-170 Downloads
Theresa Sabonis-Helf
"Economic" and "Political" cooperation in various climate policy scenarios pp. 171-177 Downloads
Bertrand Hamaide
Book reviews pp. 179-180 Downloads
Beverley Darkin
Book reviews pp. 181-182 Downloads
Alison Doig
Book reviews pp. 182-185 Downloads
Benjamin L. Preston
Book reviews pp. 185-187 Downloads
Axel Michaelowa

Volume 3, issue 3, 2003

Editorial pp. 1-2 Downloads
Axel Michaelowa
The EU as a frontrunner on greenhouse gas emissions trading: how did it happen and will the EU succeed? pp. 3-18 Downloads
Atle C. Christiansen and Jørgen Wettestad
Spain: words that succeed and climate policies that fail pp. 19-30 Downloads
J. David Tàbara
Germany-a pioneer on earthen feet? pp. 31-43 Downloads
Axel Michaelowa
Dutch climate policy A victim of economic growth? pp. 45-56 Downloads
M. E. Minnesma
Implications of early action for JI baselines pp. 57-66 Downloads
Wytze van der Gaast
Forging alliance with Russia: the example of a Green Investment Scheme pp. 67-76 Downloads
Anna Korppoo
Quantifying the UK's incentives for low carbon investment pp. 77-88 Downloads
Andrew Wordsworth and Michael Grubb
The EU emissions trading scheme (ETS): how linked to JI/CDM? pp. 89-94 Downloads
Catrinus J. Jepma
Book Review pp. 95-97 Downloads
Hadi Dowlatabadi
Book Reviews pp. 97-99 Downloads
A. Michaelowa
Book Reviews pp. 99-101 Downloads
Michael Grubb
Reflections on Delhi pp. 103-106 Downloads
Tom Jacob
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