The Kyoto Protocol: A Guide and Assessment

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Michael Grubb, Duncan Brack, Energy and Environmental Programme (Royal Institute of International Affairs)
Energy and Environmental Programme, Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1999 - Political Science - 342 pages
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A concise and authoritative guide to the evolution, terms and implications of the Kyoto Protocol, this book provides an economic and political account of key policy debates and their outcome. It also explains the meaning of provisions on emissions trading and other flexibility mechanisms, and provides a quantitative analysis using the emissions trading model devised by the RIIA's Energy and Environmental Programme.

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Michael Grubb is an associate fellow in the Sustainable Development Programme at Chatham House and a visiting professor in Climate Change and Energy Policy at Imperial College, London. Christiaan Vrolijk is a research fellow in the Energy and Environment Programme at the Royal Institute of International Affairs. Duncan Brack is head of the Energy and Environment Programme at the Royal Institute of International Affairs.

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