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Volume 15, issue 12, 2015

Climate mitigation policy in China pp. S1-S6 Downloads
ZhongXiang Zhang
A review of Chinese CO 2 emission projections to 2030: the role of economic structure and policy pp. S7-S39 Downloads
Michael Grubb, Fu Sha, Thomas Spencer, Nick Hughes, ZhongXiang Zhang and Paolo Agnolucci
Reformulating the low-carbon green growth strategy in China pp. S40-S59 Downloads
Yongsheng Zhang
China's sectoral strategies in energy conservation and carbon mitigation pp. S60-S80 Downloads
Can Wang, Yuan Yang and Junjie Zhang
Developing low-carbon cities through pilots pp. S81-S103 Downloads
Yufei Wang, Qijiao Song, Jijiang He and Ye Qi
Carbon emissions trading in China: the evolution from pilots to a nationwide scheme pp. S104-S126 Downloads
ZhongXiang Zhang

Volume 15, issue 11, 2015

All adrift: aviation, shipping, and climate change policy pp. 681-702 Downloads
Alice Bows-Larkin
Marginal abatement cost curves and the quality of emission reductions: a case study on Brazil pp. 703-723 Downloads
Adrien Vogt-Schilb, Stephane Hallegatte and Christophe de Gouvello
Accounting for impacts due to climate change in GHG mitigation burden sharing pp. 724-742 Downloads
Anubhab Pattanayak and K.S. Kavi Kumar
Tax and trade: a hybrid climate policy instrument to control carbon prices and emissions pp. 743-750 Downloads
Brian F. Snyder
Mapping the narrative positions of new political groups under the UNFCCC pp. 751-766 Downloads
Lau Øfjord Blaxekjær and Tobias Dan Nielsen
CDM and national policy: Synergy or conflict? Evidence from the wind power sector in China pp. 767-783 Downloads
Yang Liu
Greenhouse gas emission mitigation plan for the State of Israel: strategies, incentives and reporting pp. 784-800 Downloads
Ofira Ayalon, Miriam Lev-On and Perry P. Lev-On

Volume 15, issue 9, 2015

Encouraging clean energy investment in developing countries: what role for aid? pp. 543-564 Downloads
Mark T. Buntaine and William Pizer
Policy uncertainty and diffusion of carbon capture and storage in an optimal region pp. 565-582 Downloads
Chris Bataille, Noel Melton and Mark Jaccard
Not a panacea: private-sector engagement in adaptation and adaptation finance in developing countries pp. 583-603 Downloads
W. P. Pauw
Macroeconomic analysis of the employment impacts of future EU climate policies pp. 604-625 Downloads
H. Pollitt, E. Alexandri, U. Chewpreecha and G. Klaassen
Determinants of technology transfer through the CDM: a within-country analysis for China pp. 626-646 Downloads
Matthias Weitzel, Wan-Hsin Liu and Andrea Vaona
The global carbon market-mechanism landscape: pre and post 2020 perspectives pp. 647-669 Downloads
Luke Redmond and Frank Convery
Real challenges behind the EU-China PV trade dispute settlement pp. 670-677 Downloads
Tancrède Voituriez and Xin Wang
Corrigendum to: Incremental CH 4 and N 2 O mitigation benefits consistent with the U.S. Government's SC-CO 2 estimates pp. 678-679 Downloads
Alex Marten, Elizabeth Kopits, Charles Griffiths, Stephen Newbold and Ann Wolverton

Volume 15, issue 7, 2015

From Lima to Paris, Part 2: Injecting Ambition pp. 413-416 Downloads
Michael Grubb, Heleen de Coninck and Ambuj D. Sagar
Developing a sectoral new market mechanism: insights from theoretical analysis and country showcases pp. 417-437 Downloads
Wolfgang Sterk, Hans Bolscher, Jeroen van der Laan, Jelmer Hoogzaad and Jos Sijm
Regulatory control of vehicle and power plant emissions: how effective and at what cost? pp. 438-457 Downloads
Sergey Paltsev, Valerie Karplus, Henry Chen, Ioanna Karkatsouli, John Reilly and Henry Jacoby
Planning adaptation based on local actors' knowledge and participation: a climate governance experiment pp. 458-474 Downloads
Geneviève Cloutier, Florent Joerin, Catherine Dubois, Martial Labarthe, Christelle Legay and Dominique Viens
Firm responses to a carbon price: corporate decision making under British Columbia's carbon tax pp. 475-493 Downloads
Adam G. Bumpus
Foreign policy 'trilemmas': understanding China's stance on international cap-and-trade pp. 494-516 Downloads
Yitian Huang and Rob Bailis
Dynamics of energy sector and GHG emissions in Saudi Arabia pp. 517-541 Downloads
A. N. Khondaker, Syed Masiur Rahman, Karim Malik, Nahid Hossain, Shaikh Abdur Razzak and Rouf Ahmad Khan

Volume 15, issue 5, 2015

From Lima to Paris, Part 1: The Lima Hangover pp. 299-301 Downloads
Michael Grubb
Agreement, significance, and understandings of historical responsibility in climate change negotiations pp. 302-320 Downloads
Mathias Friman and Mattias Hjerpe
Predicting support of climate policies by using a protection motivation model pp. 321-338 Downloads
San-Pui Lam
Chinese business at the dawn of its domestic emissions trading scheme: incentives and barriers to participation in carbon trading pp. 339-354 Downloads
Wei Shen
Analysing the interaction between emission trading and renewable electricity support in TIMES pp. 355-373 Downloads
Birgit Fais, Markus Blesl, Ulrich Fahl and Alfred Voß
Combining price and quantity instruments: insights from South Africa pp. 374-387 Downloads
Emily Tyler and Brent Cloete
Assessing the institutional capacity to adapt to climate change: a case study in the Cambodian health and water sectors pp. 388-409 Downloads
Va Dany, Kathryn J. Bowen and Fiona Miller
Vulnerability to climate change adaptation in rural Bangladesh pp. 410-412 Downloads
Jennie Shaw

Volume 15, issue 3, 2015

Time to market in the CDM: variation over project characteristics and time pp. 183-222 Downloads
Roland Magnusson
Climate mitigation finance across developing countries: what are the major determinants? pp. 223-252 Downloads
Aidy Halimanjaya
Deep CO 2 emission reductions in a global bottom-up model approach pp. 253-271 Downloads
Sebastiaan Deetman, Andries F. Hof and Detlef P. van Vuuren
Incremental CH 4 and N 2 O mitigation benefits consistent with the US Government's SC-CO 2 estimates pp. 272-298 Downloads
Alex Marten, Elizabeth Kopits, Charles Griffiths, Stephen Newbold and Ann Wolverton

Volume 15, issue 1, 2015

Making sense of policy for climate technology development and transfer pp. 1-11 Downloads
Heleen de Coninck and Ambuj Sagar
Technological capability and transfer for achieving South Africa's development goals pp. 12-29 Downloads
Britta Rennkamp and Anya Boyd
China's policy initiatives for the development of wind energy technology pp. 30-57 Downloads
Yixin Dai and Lan Xue
Policy making for renewable energy in India: lessons from wind and solar power sectors pp. 58-87 Downloads
Ankur Chaudhary, Chetan Krishna and Ambuj Sagar
National policy and SMEs in technology transfer: the case of Israel pp. 88-102 Downloads
Aliza Belman Inbal and Asaf Tzachor
Intellectual property rights and the transfer of climate change technologies: issues, challenges, and way forward pp. 103-126 Downloads
Ahmed Abdel-Latif
Technology transfer in the CDM: an updated analysis pp. 127-145 Downloads
Kevin Murphy, Grant A. Kirkman, Stephen Seres and Erik Haites
Innovation for sustainable energy from a pro-poor perspective pp. 146-162 Downloads
Letha Tawney, Mackay Miller and Morgan Bazilian
Adaptation in the context of technology development and transfer pp. 163-169 Downloads
Anne Olhoff
The role of international business in clean technology transfer and development pp. 170-176 Downloads
Ans Kolk
A comprehensive look at technology transfer pp. 177-179 Downloads
Joanna I. Lewis
What makes technological transfer successful? pp. 180-182 Downloads
Kelly Sims Gallagher
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