International Burden Sharing in Greenhouse Gas Reduction
World Bank Sector Policy and Research Staff, Environment Department, 1992 - Environmental policy - 96 pages
Provides an overview of current and historical greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions; examines efforts to lower anthropogenic GHG emissions that could be shared among regions or countries; evaluates criteria; describes a GHG database and software tool; the Parametric Framework.
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INTERNATIONAL BURDEN SHARING
GREENHOUSE GASES REDUCTION CRITERIA
COMPARISON OF CRITERIA
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13 regions 13 world regions absolute emission levels Africa and Middle allocation criteria anthropogenic sources atmospheric concentration increases biomass biomass burning biota biota sources Brazil C02 and CH4 capita basis capita emissions carbon dioxide emissions carbon emissions carbon fluxes carbon sinks CH4 emissions climate change coal current emissions cutbacks proportional deforestation developing countries developing regions different GHG emis emission data emission estimates emission factors emission increase Equal Emission Rights equal per capita fossil energy fossil fuel gas flaring GHG sinks global emissions global GHG global warming potential greenhouse gases Gt C-equivalent historical emissions industrial C02 emissions IPCC land area land-use changes landfills Lotus Middle East natural gas natural sinks North Africa OCD C Castern OCD C OCD Oceania Parametric Framework past contributions percent population proportional to past result sensitivity analysis sink adjusted emission sink allocation sions sources of C02 South Table target value Teragrams tion