2 edition of The Economics of Climate Change Policies found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Rainer Walz, Joachim Schleich|
|Series||Sustainability and Innovation|
|Contributions||Schleich, Joachim, SpringerLink (Online service)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|ISBN 10||9783790820775, 9783790820782|
Saving the Planet Cost-Effectively: The Role of Economic Analysis in Climate Change Mitigation Policy. In R. Lutter & J. F. Shogren (Ed.), Painting the White House Green: Rationalizing Environmental Policy Inside the Executive Office of the President (pp. ). Resources For The Future. Land use change as a result of mitigation, and ; Feedback from changes in the global climate to land use. By offering synthesis and evaluation of a variety of different approaches to this challenging field of research, this book will serve as a key reference for future work in the economic analysis of land use and climate change policy.
Humans’ effect on the earth's climate will have potentially far-reaching impacts on society and nature. We know that there are trade-offs among policies that limit global warming, but the benefits have so far received far less attention from policy makers than have the costs. The Benefits of Climate Change Policies: Analytical and Framework Issues provides an. Recently, however, the influence of economics on climate policy has evolved from a narrow focus on cost to large systemic change. Many of the “make or break” issues that the delegations at the 21 st Conference of the Parties have to tackle are related to economics: climate finance, loss and damage, adaptation.
The economics of climate change concerns the economic aspects of climate change; this can inform policies that governments might consider in response. A number of factors make this a difficult problem from both economic and political perspectives: it is a long-term, intergenerational problem; benefits and costs are distributed unequally both within and across countries; and both scientific and. Climate Change Climate policy, environmental justice, and local air pollution Webinar: Confronting climate change in the global COVID recovery. The Economic Consequence of Climate Change.
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In future years, this edited volume will be seen as a landmark for its timely and important contribution to our understanding of the economics of climate change adaptation.
–Edward B. Barbier, John S Bugas Professor of Economics, Department. Climate Economics and Policy is a collection of Issue Briefs, prepared by the staff of Resources for the Future (RFF) and outside experts.
Many are adapted from pieces originally disseminated on Weathervane, RFF's acclaimed web site on global climate change. Executive Summary This paper is an introduction to the economics of climate change policy.
The goal is to help the reader understand how analysts use computer The Economics of Climate Change Policies book to make projections of mitigation costs and climate change impacts, and why projections made by different groups differ.
The first half of this Review has considered the evidence on the economic impacts of climate change itself, and the economics of stabilising greenhouses in the atmosphere. Parts IV, V and VI now look at the policy response. The first essential element of climate change policy is carbon by: 1.
The Behavioral Economics of Climate Change: Adaptation Behaviors, Global Public Goods, Breakthrough Technologies, and Policy-Making shows readers how to understand mitigation strategies emerging from global warming policy discussions and the ways that changing climate conditions can alter these strategies.
Through quantitative analyses, case studies and policy. Section 1 frames the climate change problem and indicates the ways that economic research can address it.
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William Nordhaus's introduction establishes the context for the book. It provides basic scientific background on climate change, reviews the IPCC's activities, and explains the genesis of the analyses. This is the first book to develop a systematic politics of climate change.
Offers new concepts and practical proposals for coping with a fundamental issue of our time. This updated edition of a classic text will appeal to everyone concerned about how we can cope with what amounts to a crisis for our civilization.
This book explores why climate change responsiveness policies for cities have been slow to gain traction, introduces the various dimensions, from a cross-disciplinary perspective, from regional, local and urban perspectives, and proposes an alternate short-term economic model.
This important book by two leading authorities on the economics of climate change policy provides a rigorous assessment of the benefits and costs of alternative U.S.
climate change policies, including a carbon tax, a cap-and-trade program, a clean energy standard, and an increase in federal gasoline taxes.After describing the evolution of U.S. climate change policy and the influence of neoliberal economic thought, the book takes up the question of what ideas might supersede the neoliberal reliance on cost-benefit analysis, overly broad market-based mechanisms, and rejection of precautionary approaches and environmental justice concerns.
A leading international peer-reviewed academic journal, publishing on all aspects of climate change policy, including adaptation and mitigation, governance and negotiations, policy design, implementation and impact, and the full range of economic, social and political issues at stake in responding to climate change.