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Volume 10, issue 11, 2010

Beyond Copenhagen: next steps pp. 593-599 Downloads
Navroz K. Dubash and Lavanya Rajamani
The architecture of the global climate regime: a top-down perspective pp. 600-614 Downloads
William Hare, Claire Stockwell, Christian Flachsland and Sebastian Oberthür
How to eat an elephant: a bottom-up approach to climate policy pp. 615-621 Downloads
Steve Rayner
Global regime and national change pp. 622-637 Downloads
Xinyuan Dai
Fair and effective multilateralism in the post-Copenhagen climate negotiations pp. 638-654 Downloads
Harald Winkler and Judy Beaumont
Financing adaptation in Least Developed Countries in West Africa: is finance the 'real deal'? pp. 655-671 Downloads
Fatima Denton
Legal symmetry and legal differentiation under a future deal on climate pp. 672-677 Downloads
Jake Werksman
Irresistible forces and immovable objects: a debate on contemporary climate politics pp. 678-683 Downloads
Shyam Saran
The effect of different historical emissions datasets on emission targets of the sectoral mitigation approach Triptych pp. 684-704 Downloads
Andries F. Hof and Michel G.J. Den Elzen
Auctioning of CO 2 emission allowances in Phase 3 of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme pp. 705-718 Downloads
Eva Benz, Andreas Löschel and Bodo Sturm
Remembering Stephen Schneider (1945-2010) pp. 719-720 Downloads
Christian Azar

Volume 10, issue 9, 2010

Putting a price on carbon in the context of development pp. 489-493 Downloads
Harald Winkler and Andrew Marquard
Carbon pricing and industrial policy in South Africa pp. 494-510 Downloads
Brent Cloete and Genna Robb
Comparison of emissions trading and carbon taxation in South Africa pp. 511-526 Downloads
Michael Goldblatt
Structuring approaches to pricing carbon in energy- and trade-intensive sectors in South Africa pp. 527-542 Downloads
Harald Winkler, Meagan Jooste and Andrew Marquard
Meeting a national emission reduction target in an experimental setting pp. 543-559 Downloads
Kerri Brick and Martine Visser
Is emission trading a possible policy option for India? pp. 560-574 Downloads
Prabhat Upadhyaya
Aligning South African energy and climate change mitigation policy pp. 575-588 Downloads
Emily Tyler

Volume 10, issue 7, 2010

An introduction to personal carbon trading pp. 329-338 Downloads
Tina Fawcett and Yael Parag
Personal carbon trading in different national contexts pp. 339-352 Downloads
Tina Fawcett
Barriers to personal carbon trading in the policy arena pp. 353-368 Downloads
Yael Parag and Nick Eyre
Effects of personal carbon allowances on decision-making: evidence from an experimental simulation pp. 369-384 Downloads
Stuart Bryce Capstick and Alan Lewis
Public attitudes to personal carbon allowances: findings from a mixed-method study pp. 385-409 Downloads
Andrew A. Wallace, Katherine N. Irvine, Andrew J. Wright and Paul D. Fleming
Attitudes to personal carbon allowances: political trust, fairness and ideology pp. 410-431 Downloads
Sverker C. Jagers, Åsa Löfgren and Johannes Stripple
Policing carbon: design and enforcement options for personal carbon trading pp. 432-446 Downloads
Nick Eyre
The economics of personal carbon trading pp. 447-461 Downloads
Matthew Lockwood
Personal carbon trading in the context of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme pp. 462-476 Downloads
Arnaud Brohé
Upstream, downstream: the importance of psychological framing for carbon emission reduction policies pp. 477-480 Downloads
Laurence Matthews
An upstream alternative to personal carbon trading pp. 481-486 Downloads
Steve Sorrell

Volume 10, issue 5, 2010

Sharing the reduction effort to limit global warming to 2°C pp. 247-260 Downloads
Michel Den Elzen and Niklas Höhne
The public consultation to the UK Climate Change Act 2008: a critical analysis pp. 261-276 Downloads
Adela Maciejewski Scheer and Corina Höppner
Dysfunctional delegation: why the design of the CDM's supervisory system is fundamentally flawed pp. 277-288 Downloads
Emma Lund
Stern, climate policy and saving rates pp. 289-297 Downloads
Kathryn Smith
Economics of climate change: risk and responsibility by world region pp. 298-316 Downloads
U. Thara Sinivasan
Could Taiwan be included in UNFCCC negotiations? pp. 317-321 Downloads
Chi-Jen Yang and Hui-Chen Chien
Impacts of EU ETS pp. 322-323 Downloads
Frank J. Convery

Volume 10, issue 3, 2010

Burden-sharing and global climate negotiations: the case of the Kyoto Protocol pp. 131-147 Downloads
Yosef Bhatti, Kasper Lindskow and Lene Holm Pedersen
The impact of the unilateral EU commitment on the stability of international climate agreements pp. 148-166 Downloads
Thierry Bréchet, Johan Eyckmans, François Gerard, Philippe Marbaix, Henry Tulkens and Jean-Pascal van Ypersele
Functions of COP side-events in climate-change governance pp. 167-180 Downloads
Mattias Hjerpe and Björn-Ola Linnér
CDM in sub-Saharan Africa and the prospects of the Nairobi Framework Initiative pp. 181-189 Downloads
Alfred D. Byigero, Joy Clancy and Margaret Skutsch
Transaction costs for firms in the EU ETS: lessons from Ireland pp. 190-215 Downloads
Jūratė Jaraite-Kažukauskė, Frank Convery and Corrado Di Maria
Financing REDD in developing countries: a supply and demand analysis pp. 216-231 Downloads
Jordan Isenberg and Catherine Potvin
A 'safety deposit' mechanism for US climate policy pp. 232-238 Downloads
Bryan K. Mignone
Voluntary carbon markets pp. 239-240 Downloads
Axel Michaelowa
Carbon markets for the uninitiated pp. 241-242 Downloads
Axel Michaelowa

Volume 10, issue 1, 2010

Climate change, equity and the relevance of European 'effort-sharing' for global mitigation efforts pp. 3-16 Downloads
Paule Stephenson and Jonathan Boston
Performance of renewable energy technologies under the CDM pp. 17-37 Downloads
Malte Schneider, Tobias S. Schmidt and Volker H. Hoffmann
An assessment of the climate change policies and performance of large European companies pp. 38-50 Downloads
Rory Sullivan
Wide and narrow approaches to national emission policies: a case study of Spain pp. 51-69 Downloads
Xavier Labandeira and Miguel Rodriguez
Reducing vulnerability to climate change in the Swiss Alps: a study of adaptive planning pp. 70-86 Downloads
Margot Hill, Astrid Wallner and Jose Furtado
Quota allocation rules in Romania assessed by a dynamic CGE model pp. 87-102 Downloads
Rodica Loisel
Overcoming inertia: insights from evolutionary economics into improved energy and climate policies pp. 103-119 Downloads
Kevin Maréchal and Nathalie Lazaric
Sustainable development and international law pp. 120-122 Downloads
Thiago Chagas and Charlotte Streck
A wider context for adaptation pp. 123-124 Downloads
Yuri Okubo
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