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Volume 16, issue 11, 2016

One farewell and many welcomes pp. 953-955 Downloads
Michael Grubb
Facilitating linkage of climate policies through the Paris outcome pp. 956-972 Downloads
Daniel M. Bodansky, Seth A. Hoedl, Gilbert Metcalf and Robert Stavins
Challenges in developing effective policy for soil carbon sequestration: perspectives on additionality, leakage, and permanence pp. 973-992 Downloads
Tas Thamo and David J. Pannell
Reaching a climate agreement: compensating for energy market effects of climate policy pp. 993-1010 Downloads
Sonja Peterson and Matthias Weitzel
Bypassing the ‘ratification straitjacket’: reviewing US legal participation in a climate agreement pp. 1011-1028 Downloads
Luke Kemp
Comparative assessment of Japan's long-term carbon budget under different effort-sharing principles pp. 1029-1047 Downloads
Takeshi Kuramochi, Jusen Asuka, Hanna Fekete, Kentaro Tamura and Niklas Höhne
The socialization potential of the CDM in EU–Vietnam climate relations pp. 1048-1064 Downloads
David Belis and Bart Kerremans
Factors driving international technology transfer: empirical insights from a CDM project survey pp. 1065-1084 Downloads
Carsten Gandenberger, Miriam Bodenheimer, Joachim Schleich, Robert Orzanna and Lioba Macht
Editorial Board pp. ebi-ebi Downloads
The Editors

Volume 16, issue 10, 2016

Cap setting and allowance allocation in China's emissions trading pilot programmes: special issues and innovative solutions pp. 815-835 Downloads
Tao Pang and Maosheng Duan
Improving technology transfer through national systems of innovation: climate relevant innovation-system builders (CRIBs) pp. 836-854 Downloads
David Ockwell and Rob Byrne
What explains public support for climate policies? A review of empirical and experimental studies pp. 855-876 Downloads
Stefan Drews and Jeroen van den Bergh
Modelling long-term HFC emissions from India's residential air-conditioning sector: exploring implications of alternative refrigerants, best practices, and a sustainable lifestyle within an integrated assessment modelling framework pp. 877-893 Downloads
Vaibhav Chaturvedi and Mohit Sharma
Engaging communities in climate adaptation: the potential of social networks pp. 894-908 Downloads
Rebecca Cunningham, Christopher Cvitanovic, Thomas Measham, Brent Jacobs, Anne-Maree Dowd and Ben Harman
Benefit cost analysis, resilience and climate change pp. 909-923 Downloads
Stephen Knight-Lenihan
Indigenous community benefits from a de-centralized approach to REDD+ in Brazil pp. 924-939 Downloads
Thales A. P. West
Global climate policy and local energy politics: is India hiding behind the poor? pp. 940-951 Downloads
Mark Daniel Jaeger and Katharina Michaelowa

Volume 16, issue 8, 2016

Corrigendum pp. x-x Downloads
The Editors
Full legal compliance with the Kyoto Protocol’s first commitment period – some lessons pp. 673-681 Downloads
Michael Grubb
The nexus approach to water–energy–food security: an option for adaptation to climate change pp. 682-702 Downloads
Golam Rasul and Bikash Sharma
Review of the experience with monitoring uncertainty requirements in the Clean Development Mechanism pp. 703-731 Downloads
Igor Shishlov and Valentin Bellassen
Using carbon finance to support climate policy objectives in high mountain ecosystems pp. 732-751 Downloads
Adrian Ward, Paul Dargusch, Giorgio Grussu and Rosalaura Romeo
Proposal for a poverty-adaptation-mitigation window within the Green Climate Fund pp. 752-767 Downloads
Sandrine Mathy and Odile Blanchard
Compliance of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol in the first commitment period pp. 768-782 Downloads
Igor Shishlov, Romain Morel and Valentin Bellassen
Who determines transformational change in development and climate finance? pp. 783-791 Downloads
Harald Winkler and Navroz K. Dubash
Helping eco-labels to fulfil their promises pp. 792-802 Downloads
Gilles Grolleau, Lisette Ibanez, Naoufel Mzoughi and Mario Teisl
Energy research within the UNFCCC: a proposal to guard against ongoing climate-deadlock pp. 803-813 Downloads
Barry W. Brook, Kingsley Edney, Rafaela Hillerbrand, Rasmus Karlsson and Jonathan Symons

Volume 16, issue 7, 2016

European energy governance and decarbonization policy: learning from the 2020 strategy pp. 543-547 Downloads
Kacper Szulecki
Shaping the ‘Energy Union': between national positions and governance innovation in EU energy and climate policy pp. 548-567 Downloads
Kacper Szulecki, Severin Fischer, Anne Therese Gullberg and Oliver Sartor
Situational analysis of EU renewable energy legislation pp. 568-585 Downloads
Tomas Wyns and Arianna Khatchadourian
An offshore wind union? Diversity and convergence in European offshore wind governance pp. 586-605 Downloads
Oscar Fitch-Roy
Sharing the gains from EU--Western Balkan renewable electricity cooperation pp. 606-621 Downloads
Dorian Frieden, Andreas Tuerk, Mak Đukan, Andre Ortner and Johan Lilliestam
Nuclear energy and path dependence in Europe’s ‘Energy union’: coherence or continued divergence? pp. 622-641 Downloads
Andrew Lawrence, Benjamin Sovacool and Andrew Stirling
Varieties of capitalism and clean energy transitions in the European Union: When renewable energy hits different economic logics pp. 642-657 Downloads
Stefan Ćetković and Aron Buzogány
Assessment of the EU 10% interconnection target in the context of CO 2 mitigation pp. 658-672 Downloads
András Mezősi, Zsuzsanna Pató and László Szabó

Volume 16, issue 6, 2016

The Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project (DDPP): insights and emerging issues pp. S1-S6 Downloads
Chris Bataille, Henri Waisman, Michel Colombier, Laura Segafredo and Jim Williams
The need for national deep decarbonization pathways for effective climate policy pp. S7-S26 Downloads
Chris Bataille, Henri Waisman, Michel Colombier, Laura Segafredo, Jim Williams and Frank Jotzo
Improving deep decarbonization modelling capacity for developed and developing country contexts pp. S27-S46 Downloads
Steve Pye and Chris Bataille
Uncertainty management and the dynamic adjustment of deep decarbonization pathways pp. S47-S62 Downloads
Sandrine Mathy, Patrick Criqui, Katharina Knoop, Manfred Fischedick and Sascha Samadi
Assessing decarbonization pathways and their implications for energy security policies in Japan pp. S63-S77 Downloads
Ken Oshiro, Mikiko Kainuma and Toshihiko Masui
Achieving development and mitigation objectives through a decarbonization development pathway in South Africa pp. S78-S91 Downloads
Katye E. Altieri, Hilton Trollip, Tara Caetano, Alison Hughes, Bruno Merven and Harald Winkler
Exploring national decarbonization pathways and global energy trade flows: a multi-scale analysis pp. S92-S109 Downloads
Steve Pye, Christophe McGlade, Chris Bataille, Gabrial Anandarajah, Amandine Denis-Ryan and Vladimir Potashnikov
Managing carbon-intensive materials in a decarbonizing world without a global price on carbon pp. S110-S128 Downloads
Amandine Denis-Ryan, Chris Bataille and Frank Jotzo

Volume 16, issue 5, 2016

GDP and employment effects of policies to close the 2020 emissions gap pp. 393-414 Downloads
Terry Barker, Eva Alexandri, Jean-Francois Mercure, Yuki Ogawa and Hector Pollitt
Policy without politics: technocratic control of climate change adaptation policy making in Nepal pp. 415-433 Downloads
Hemant R. Ojha, Sharad Ghimire, Adam Pain, Andrea Nightingale, Dil B. Khatri and Hari Dhungana
Aligning emissions trading and feed-in tariffs in China pp. 434-455 Downloads
Wenbin Lin, Alun Gu, Xin Wang and Bin Liu
Can CDM finance energy access in Least Developed Countries? Evidence from Tanzania pp. 456-473 Downloads
Benjamin T. Wood, Susannah M. Sallu and Jouni Paavola
Transfer patterns in Phase I of the EU Emissions Trading System: a first reality check based on cluster analysis pp. 474-495 Downloads
Regina A. Betz and Tobias S. Schmidt
The tools of climate adaptation policy: analysing instruments and instrument selection pp. 496-521 Downloads
Daniel Henstra
GHG mitigation of agricultural peatlands requires coherent policies pp. 522-541 Downloads
Kristiina Regina, Arif Budiman, Mogens H. Greve, Arne Grønlund, Åsa Kasimir, Heikki Lehtonen, Søren O. Petersen, Pete Smith and Henk Wösten

Volume 16, issue 4, 2016

Health and environmental co-benefits and conflicts of actions to meet UK carbon targets pp. 253-283 Downloads
Alison Smith, Michael Holland, Outi Korkeala, Jamie Warmington, Daniel Forster, Helen ApSimon, Tim Oxley, Roald Dickens and Stephen M. Smith
Linkage of greenhouse gas emissions trading systems: learning from experience pp. 284-300 Downloads
Matthew Ranson and Robert Stavins
Scenarios for a 2 °C world: a trade-linked input--output model with high sector detail pp. 301-317 Downloads
Arjan De Koning, Gjalt Huppes, Sebastiaan Deetman and Arnold Tukker
Do international factors influence the passage of climate change legislation? pp. 318-331 Downloads
Samuel Fankhauser, Caterina Gennaioli and Murray Collins
Climate change mitigation scenarios and policies and measures: the case of Kazakhstan pp. 332-352 Downloads
Aiymgul Kerimray, Kanat Baigarin, Rocco De Miglio and Giancarlo Tosato
Controlling GHG emissions from the transportation sector through an ETS: institutional arrangements in Shenzhen, China pp. 353-371 Downloads
Jingjing Jiang, Bin Ye, Xiaoming Ma and Lixin Miao
Inclusive approaches to urban climate adaptation planning and implementation in the Global South pp. 372-392 Downloads
Eric Chu, Isabelle Anguelovski and JoAnn Carmin

Volume 16, issue 3, 2016

Free allocation in the 3rd EU ETS period: assessing two manufacturing sectors pp. 125-144 Downloads
Christian Stenqvist and Max Åhman
Climate policy strength compared: China, the US, the EU, India, Russia, and Japan pp. 145-164 Downloads
Hugh Compston and Ian Bailey
Green growth and climate change: conceptual and empirical considerations pp. 165-177 Downloads
Miklós Antal and Jeroen van den Bergh
Promoting green industrial development through local content requirements: India's National Solar Mission pp. 178-195 Downloads
Oliver Johnson
The economics of leadership in climate change mitigation pp. 196-214 Downloads
Gregor Schwerhoff
Integrating agriculture and energy to assess GHG emissions reduction: a methodological approach pp. 215-236 Downloads
Alessandro Chiodi, Trevor Donnellan, James Breen, Paul Deane, Kevin Hanrahan, Maurizio Gargiulo and Brian P. Ó Gallachóir
Narrowing gaps between research and policy development in climate change adaptation work in the water resources and agriculture sectors of Cambodia pp. 237-252 Downloads
Va Dany, Bhishna Bajracharya, Louis Lebel, Michael Regan and Ros Taplin

Volume 16, issue 1, 2016

After monetary policy, climate policy: is delegation the key to EU ETS reform? pp. 1-25 Downloads
G. Grosjean, W. Acworth, C. Flachsland and Robert Marschinski
The (ir)relevance of transaction costs in climate policy instrument choice: an analysis of the EU and the US pp. 26-49 Downloads
Fabian Joas and Christian Flachsland
Citizens' perceptions of justice in international climate policy: an empirical analysis pp. 50-67 Downloads
Joachim Schleich, Elisabeth Dütschke, Claudia Schwirplies and Andreas Ziegler
Change and transition: the climate of Ukraine's agri-food sector pp. 68-87 Downloads
Natalie Kopytko
Bookkeeping rather than climate policy making: national mitigation strategies in Western Europe pp. 88-108 Downloads
Juan Casado-Asensio and Reinhard Steurer
Challenges to the development of carbon markets in China pp. 109-124 Downloads
Alex Y. Lo
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