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Climate Change
Emissions Trading:A New Tool for Environmental Management
Box 2.1 Commodifying the environment – whose ethics?
Box 2.2 Why discount?
Figure 2.6 Recent oil price movements and forecast
Table 2.2 Oil prices and the carbon price equivalent
Box 2.3 Path dependency and energy investment11
Box 2.5 The advantages of auctioning
The Kyoto Protocol
Table 3.1 Commitments under the Kyoto Protocol
Table 3.2 Burden sharing among EU15’s Member States
Box 3.1 Contraction and Convergence
Figure 3.6 Investment fund volumes since 1999
Table 3.5Transaction costs of a small-scale CDM
Figure 3.10 Number of registered projects by business
Table 3.6 Renewables funding sources in developing countries
Figure 3.14 Distribution by project activity
The EU Emissions Trading Scheme
US Carbon Markets
Box 5.1 US federal legislative process
Box 5.2 Emissions trading and border tariff adjustments
Table 5.1Comparative table of the Bills in Senate
Box 5.3 Hybrid cars and the US automotive industry
Table 5.3WCI emissions reduction goals in North American states
Emissions Trading in Australia
Figure 6.7 NSW change in sectoral emissions 1990–2006
Box 6.2 The trouble with emissions intensity rules
Box 6.3 Managing the political risks of higher prices at the pump
Box 6.5 A framework for international linking
Annex 6.2 Change in output by sector by 2050
Other Emerging Mandatory Schemes
Figure 7.2 Sector-by-sector change in New Zealand emissions
Table 7.1 Proposed time frame for sector entry into NZ ETS
Table 7.2Indicative price changes on the economy of a carbon price
Figure 7.4 Composition of Japanese Emissions in 2006
Box 7.1 Next generation cars in Japan
Box 7.2 Japan’s Top Runner approach
Figure 7.7 Operational structure of JVETS
Table 7.3 Participants in the Unified Emission Trading Scheme
Voluntary Offsetting Market
Figure 8.1 Carbon offsets in the compliance and voluntary markets
Figure 8.3 Geographical origins
Table 8.1 Comparison of Defra and ADEME initiatives
Comparison of Defra and ADEME initiatives
Conclusion:Carbon Markets in the Age of Uncertainty
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