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Carbon Mechanisms Review 2-2014

The Next Level: How a reformed carbon market can contribute to fighting climate change.

Content:

  • Raising ambition with market mechanisms
    The story so far
  • How to make ambition raising happen
    What could come next
  • Does the FVA need centralized oversight?
    Arguing the point
  • Stepping Stones
    Standardised baselines: Paving the way for future mitigation effort
  • Standardised baselines as a tool to foster renewable energy deployment
    Developing a Regional Grid Emission Factor
  • Bridging the gap between theory and practice
    Establishing a standardised baseline in Cambodia: Lessons learned
  • Streamlining project cycle procedures
    CDM reform
  • The new markets conveyer belt
    Four years partnership for market readiness: Past achievements, future plans

 

Carbon Mechanisms Review 2-2014. The Next Level: How a reformed carbon market can contribute to fighting climate change. Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy. Wuppertal - 36 p., 5 figures., 4 tables.

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Date: May 2014
Type: Carbon Mechanisms Review