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The Global greenhouse regime : who pays? : science, economics and North-South politics in the Climate Change Convention / edited by Peter Hayes and Kirk Smith

Contributor(s): Hayes, Peter | Smith, Kirk RMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: London : Tokyo ; New York : Earthscan Publications ; United Nations University Press, 1993. Description: xv, 382 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 1853831360 (Earthscan); 9280808362 (United Nations University Press); 9781853831362Subject(s): Greenhouse effect, Atmospheric | Global warmingDDC classification: 363.73 LOC classification: QC912.3 | .G55 1993Online resources: WorldCat details
Contents:
TOC Introduction / Peter Hayes -- The basics of greenhouse gas indices / Kirk R. Smith -- Assessing emissions: five approaches compared / Susan Subak -- Who Pays to Solve the Problem and how much? / Kirk R. Smith -- North-South carbon abatement costs / Peter Hayes -- North-South transfer / Peter Hayes -- Insuring against sea level rise / Michael Wilford --integrating ecology and economy in India / Jayant Sathaye -- Carbon abatement potential in West Africa / Ogunlade R. Davidson -- Abatement of carbon dioxide emissions in Brazil / Jose Moreira -- Thailand's demand side management initiative: a practical response to global warming / Peter du Pont -- Carbon abatement in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States / Stanislaw F. Kolar -- Greenhouse gas emission abatement in Australia / Hugh Saddler -- Constructing a global greenhouse regime / Peter Hayes.
Summary: Summary: This is a detailed evaluation of the ways in which the international community can reach agreement on the reduction of global greenhouse gases. It analyzes the manner in which costs can be allocated across the world and lists the necessary trade-offs which can be made.
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Global greenhouse regime.
London : Earthscan Publications ; Tokyo ; New York : United Nations University Press, 1993
(OCoLC)833034582

Includes bibliographic references and index.

TOC Introduction / Peter Hayes --
The basics of greenhouse gas indices / Kirk R. Smith --
Assessing emissions: five approaches compared / Susan Subak --
Who Pays to Solve the Problem and how much? / Kirk R. Smith --
North-South carbon abatement costs / Peter Hayes --
North-South transfer / Peter Hayes --
Insuring against sea level rise / Michael Wilford --integrating ecology and economy in India / Jayant Sathaye --
Carbon abatement potential in West Africa / Ogunlade R. Davidson --
Abatement of carbon dioxide emissions in Brazil / Jose Moreira --
Thailand's demand side management initiative: a practical response to global warming / Peter du Pont --
Carbon abatement in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States / Stanislaw F. Kolar --
Greenhouse gas emission abatement in Australia / Hugh Saddler --
Constructing a global greenhouse regime / Peter Hayes.

Summary:
This is a detailed evaluation of the ways in which the international community can reach agreement on the reduction of global greenhouse gases. It analyzes the manner in which costs can be allocated across the world and lists the necessary trade-offs which can be made.

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