Published July 4, 2004
by Edward Elgar Publishing .
Written in English
|Contributions||Andrea Barazini (Editor), Philippe Thalmann (Editor), Andrea Baranzini (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help. Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+down arrow) to review and enter to : $ Voluntary approaches in climate policy [A book review from: Ecological Economics] [E.C. van Ierland] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This digital document is a journal article from Ecological Economics, published by Elsevier in The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Media Library immediately after : E.C. van Ierland. Voluntary approaches (VAs) are increasingly implemented in different countries as the main instrument in environmental policies. The authors focus on the economics of VAs, their advantages and disadvantages and how they compare with other climate policy instruments. From the reviews: "Carlo Carraro and François Lévêque’s book is one of the first wide-ranging and serious endeavors to delineate voluntary approaches, analyze their effectiveness, explore the possibilities to enhance their performance, and explain the rationale for voluntary compliance by different stakeholders. strongly recommend this book to graduate students, environmental policy.
Voluntary approaches (VAs) are increasingly implemented in different countries as the main instrument in environmental policies. The authors focus on the economics of VAs, their advantages and disadvantages and how they compare with other climate policy instruments. Voluntary Approaches in Climate Policy illustrates how corporate voluntarism can be harnessed to mitigate the climatic impact of. 4. Voluntary Approaches as Climate Policy Tools: Competition Issues and the Role of Market Structure 5. Self-enforcing Voluntary Approaches with Incomplete Information and Environmental Uncertainty 6. Public Voluntary Programmes for Mitigating Climate Change 7. Voluntary Approaches under Uncertainty and Irreversibility 8. An Overview of the Economics of Voluntary Approaches in Climate Policies 19 credited with is not the possibility to m o dify the terms of the agreement (as in Langpap and Wu’s chapter), but the. Reducing the threat, for instance, requires policy approaches to minimize the impact of human climate forcing on the climate system (e.g., Metz et al. ; Pielke ), since the scope for reduced sensitivity and increased resilience has limits: mitigation efforts must be sufficient to keep the terrestrial biosphere within an adaptable domain.
Voluntary Approaches for Environmental Policy: Effectiveness, Efficiency and Usage in Policy Mixes provides an in-depth assessment of the use of voluntary approaches, building on a number of new case studies and an extensive search of the available literature. The focus of the analysis is both on voluntary approaches used in isolation and as. An Overview of the Economics of Voluntary Approaches in Climate Policies 3 Reducing GHG emissions relative to business-as-usual emissions paths implies sacrifices. The magnitude and distribution of those sacrifices depends very much on the instruments used to attain a given target. In general, no. “The Use of Voluntary Approaches for Environmental Policymaking in the U.S.” in book The Handbook of Environmental Voluntary Agreements. E. Croci, ed. Springer Press, pp. This paper is part of the Environmental Economics Working Paper Series. You may need a . Mandatory and Voluntary Approaches to Mitigating Climate Change Thomas P. Lyon and John W. Maxwell Indiana University Ma 1Introduction Formanyyearsenvironmental regulatorshavereliedupon variousformsoftaxes, subsidies and command and control regulations to remedy environmental prob-lems.