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Would including more source species enhance the cost-effectiveness of climate policy?

Asbjørn Torvanger (Policy Note;2004:02)

Incorporating ozone precursors and particle emissions in future climate policy agreements could improve the level of cost-effectiveness, but would also add complexity and complications to negotiation, reporting and implementation. To assess the cost saving potential, a case study of Norway is carrie...

A Kantian approach to a sustainable development indicator for climate

Greaker, Mads, Stoknes, Per Espen, Ericson, Torgeir, Knut H. Alfsen (Working Paper;2012:02)

How can the informed citizen know if the government is implementing a good-enough climate change policy? Most developed democracies have their own set of indicators for sustainable development, including indicators for climate change. These include yearly national emissions of greenhouse gasses (GHG...

A Kantian approach to a sustainable development indicator for climate

Greaker, Mads, Stoknes, Per Espen, Ericson, Torgeir, Knut H. Alfsen (Working Paper;2012:02)

How can the informed citizen know if the government is implementing a good-enough climate change policy? Most developed democracies have their own set of indicators for sustainable development, including indicators for climate change. These include yearly national emissions of greenhouse gasses (GHG...