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Climate finance : regulatory and funding strategies for climate change and global development

Author: Richard B Stewart; Benedict Kingsbury; Bryce Rudyk
Publisher: New York : New York University Press : New York University Abu Dhabi Institute, ©2009.
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Focuses on the issue of what must be done to mobilize and govern the necessary financial resources to combat climate change. This book shows how effective mitigation of climate change depends on a  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
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Climate finance.
New York : New York University Press : New York University Abu Dhabi Institute, ©2009
(OCoLC)802298991
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Richard B Stewart; Benedict Kingsbury; Bryce Rudyk
ISBN: 9780814741382 9780814741436 081474138X 0814741436
OCLC Number: 437054043
Description: xxi, 323 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Foreword: NYU Abu Dhabi and the Sustainable Environment / Mariet Westermann and Philip Kennedy --
pt. I. Climate Change and Mitigation: Overview and Key Themes --
1. Climate Finance for Limiting Emissions and Promoting Green Development: Mechanisms, Regulation, and Governance / Richard B. Stewart, Benedict Kingsbury and Bryce Rudyk --
2. Understanding the Causes and Implications of Climate Change / Michael Oppenheimer --
3. The Climate Financing Problem: Funds Needed for Global Climate Change Mitigation Vastly Exceed Funds Currently Available / Bert Metz --
4. The Future of Climate Governance: Creating a More Flexible Architecture / Daniel Bodansky --
pt. II. Proposals for Climate Finance: Regulatory and Market Mechanisms and Incentives --
A. Trading or Taxes? --
5. Cap-and-Trade Is Preferable to a Carbon Tax / Nathaniel O. Keohane --
B. Reforming the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) --
6. Expectations and Reality of the Clean Development Mechanism: A Climate Finance Instrument between Accusation and Aspirations / Charlotte Streck --
C. Sectoral Programs for Emissions Control and Crediting --
7. Why a Successful Climate Change Agreement Needs Sectoral Elements / Murray Ward --
8. Sectoral Crediting: Getting the Incentives Right for Private Investors / Ruben Kraiem --
9. Forest and Land Use Programs Must Be Given Financial Credit in Any Climate Change Agreement / Eric C. Bettelheim --
10. Stock-and-Flow Mechanisms to Reduce Land Use, Land Use Change, and Forestry Emissions: A Proposal from Brazil / Israel Klabin --
D. Leveraging Trading to Maximize Climate Benefits --
11. Mitigating Climate Change at Manageable Cost: The Catalyst Proposal / Bert Metz --
12. Engaging Developing Countries by Incentivizing Early Action / Annie Petsonk, Dan Dudek, Alexander Golub, Nathaniel O. Keohane, James Wang, Gernot Wagner and Luke Winston --
E. Linking Trading Systems --
13. Carbon Market Design: Beyond the EU Emissions Trading Scheme / Henry Derwent --
F. Investor Perspectives --
14. Incentivizing Private Investment in Climate Change Mitigation / Marcel Brinkman --
15. Investment Opportunities and Catalysts: Analysis and Proposals from the Climate Finance Industry on Funding Climate Mitigation / Nick Robins and Mark Fulton --
pt. III. Bringing Developed and Developing Countries Together in Climate Finance Bargains: Trust, Governance, and Mutual Conditionality --
A. Meeting Developing Country Climate Finance Priorities --
16. Developing Country Concerns about Climate Finance Proposals: Priorities, Trust, and the Credible Donor Problem / Arunabha Ghosh and Ngaire Woods --
17. Developing Countries and a Proposal for Architecture and Governance of a Reformed UNFCCC Financial Mechanism / Luis Gomez-Echeverri --
18. Climate Change and Development: A Bottom-Up Approach to Mitigation for Developing Countries? / Navroz K. Dubash --
19. Operationalizing a Bottom-Up Regime: Registering and Crediting NAMAs / Rae Kwon Chung --
B. Conditionality and Its Governance --
20. From Coercive Conditionality to Agreed Conditions: The Only Future for Future Climate Finance / Jacob Werksman --
21. Getting Climate-Related Conditionality Right / Kevin E. Davis and Sarah Dadush --
22. Making Climate Financing Work: What Might Climate Change Experts Learn from the Experience of Development Assistance? / Ngaire Woods --
pt. IV. National Policies: Implications for the Future Global Climate Finance Regime --
23. Climate Legislation in the United States: Potential Framework and Prospects for International Carbon Finance / Nathaniel O. Keohane --
24. The EU ETS: Experience to Date and Lessons for the Future / James Chapman --
25. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Mitigation Measures in China / Jie Yu --
26. Cities and GHG Emissions Reductions: An Opportunity We Cannot Afford to Miss / Partha Mukhopadhyay --
27. A Prototype for Strategy Change in Oil-Exporting MENA States? The Masdar Initiative in Abu Dhabi / Sam Nader --
pt. V. Climate Finance and World Trade Organization (WTO) Law and Policy --
28. The WTO and Climate Finance: Overview of the Key Issues / Gabrielle Marceau --
29. Carbon Trading and the CDM in WTO Law / Robert Howse and Antonia Eliason --
30. Countervailing Duties and Subsidies for Climate Mitigation: What Is, and What Is Not, WTO-Compatible? / Robert Howse and Antonia Eliason --
31. Border Climate Adjustment as Climate Policy / Alexandra Khrebtukova --
32. Enforcing Climate Rules with Trade Measures: Five Recommendations for Trade Policy Monitoring / Arunabha Ghosh --
33. Carbon Footprint Labeling in Climate Finance: Governance and Trade Challenges of Calculating Products' Carbon Content / Sandra G. Mayson --
pt. VI. Taxation of Carbon Markets --
34. Fiscal Considerations in Curbing Climate Change / Lily Batchelder --
35. Tax and Efficiency under Global Cap-and-Trade / Mitchell A. Kane --
36. Tax Consequences of Carbon Cap-and-Trade Schemes: Free Permits and Auctioned Permits / Yoram Margalioth --
Afterword: Reflections on a Path to Effective Climate Change Mitigation / Thomas Heller.
Responsibility: edited by Richard B. Stewart, Benedict Kingsbury, and Bryce Rudyk.
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