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Carbon Mechanisms Review 03-2015

Looking Back into the Future

Content:

  • Radical Pruning Needed
    Climate change negotiations in the lead-up to Paris
  • "CDM experience useful for developing INDCs"
    Senegalese UNFCCC negotiator welcomes CDM reform process but does not see major role for market mechanisms in INDCs given the low CER prices.
  • A Question of Integrity
    Has Joint Implementation reduced GHG emissions? Study yields lessons for future carbon markets
  • Innovation in Climate Finance
    The first auction of the World Bank’s Pilot Auction Facility (PAF) – results, experiences, lessons learned
  • Where Do They Go From Here?
    Analysing the status quo of CDM projects
  • The Moment of Truth
    The true-up period for the purpose of fulfilling commitments under the first commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol
  • Evaluating the CDM Sustainable Development tool
    A blueprint for future market instruments?
  • Supporting Market Access for LDCs
    New tool facilitates development of standardized baselines

 

Carbon Mechanisms Review 3-2015. Looking Back to the Future. Supporting projects at risk while paving the way for new schemes. Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy. Wuppertal - 44 p., 3 tables. URL: www.carbon-mechanisms.de/en/CMR_03_2015

 

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Date: October 2015
Type: Carbon Mechanisms Review