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01.05.08

JIKO Policy Paper 02/2008

Perspectives and Challenges to the Continuation of Joint Implementation Post-2012

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The ongoing negotiations on the future of the international climate regime after 2012 raise the question what role and form JI should have in future.

Date: May 2008
Type: Policy Paper

01.04.08

JIKO Info 02-2008

Perspectives for the Carbon Markets Post 2012

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Date: April 2008
Type: JIKO Info

01.04.08

JIKO Policy Paper 01/2008

From Clean Development Mechanism to Sectoral Crediting Approaches – Way Forward or Wrong Turn?

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The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) has been a mixed success. On the one hand, it has mobilised thousands of projects and billions in investment in a very short timeframe.

Date: April 2008
Type: Policy Paper

01.02.08

Memorandum of Understanding with Israel

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Memorandum of Understanding on co-operation regarding CDM project activities.

Date: February 2008
Type: Legal Document

01.01.08

CDM-Market Brief Indonesia

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CDM-Market brief is a publication of DEG and gtai aimed at explaining
framework conditions for CDM projects in selected countries.

Date: January 2008
Type: Country Guide

01.09.07

JIKO Info 04-2007

UN Climate Summit in Bali

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Date: September 2007
Type: JIKO Info

01.07.07

JIKO Info 03-2007

Taking Stock of the Carbon Market

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Date: July 2007
Type: JIKO Info

01.06.07

JIKO Policy Paper 02/2007

The Clean Development Mechanism in Africa - Potential and Limitations

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The unequitable distribution of CDM projects is a much-debated fault of the CDM mechanism.

Date: June 2007
Type: Policy Paper

01.06.07

JIKO Policy Paper 04/2007

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) and CDM

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More and more focus is being placed on carbon capture and storage (CCS) as a potential CDM protect activity.

Date: June 2007
Type: Policy Paper

01.03.07

Background Paper

Current Status of Transport Projects in the CDM

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Very few CDM projects on sustainable transport have been implemented to date. This is largely due to the fact that there are only two approved methodologies available for use in establishing the baseline and for monitoring activities.

Date: March 2007
Type: Background