Autor/en: Robert K. Dixon
1. Oktober 1999 - gebunden - 422 Seiten
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This book is the first comprehensive, in-depth review and summary of the U.N. FCCC AIJ pilot. Over 30 prominent players in the U.N. FCCC AIJ pilot, drawn from 12 countries, prepared the 16 peer-reviewed chapters in this book. Most chapters are extensively illustrated and the book contains a glossary of acronyms and a list of points of contact in the U.N. FCCC AIJ pilot. To help meet the technical and policy needs associated with the U.N. FCCC and complementary treaty negotiations, this book has three broad objectives: review, interpret and compile experiences of AIJ pilot participants and observers; based on empirical data and skilled observations, identify and document lessons learned from the AIJ pilot; and, interpret, summarize and translate lessons learned for future consideration by FCCC parties. Specific topics covered in this book include an introduction to the AIJ pilot and the FCCC guidelines/criteria, AIJ project development and finance, the project development community, an overview of energy and land-use and forestry sector projects, sustainable development, technology transfer, human and institutional capacity building, legal issues, and project monitoring, verification and reporting. This volume will be of interest to the generalists familiar with FCCC issues and negotiations but explores most topics in sufficient technical and policy depth to be must reading for policy analysts, diplomats, environmental protection specialists, scientists, engineers, project developers, attorneys, economists, development workers, foresters, and energy specialists.
Preface; J. Figueres. Foreword: Toward Counter Measures Against Global Warming in the 21st Century; H. Ohki. Editor's Statement and Acknowledgements. Book Editor and Chapter Co-Authors. Chapter and Book Referees. Abbreviations and Acronyms. 1. Introduction to the FCCC Activities Implemented Jointly Pilot; R. Dixon, I. Mintzer. 2. Overview of the UN FCCC AIJ Activities Implemented Jointly Pilot: COP-1 Decision 5, Reporting Guidelines and Case Studies; C. Jepma, et al. 3. Interpretation and Application of FCCC AIJ Pilot Project Development Criteria; A. Michaelowa, et al. 4. The AIJ Project Development Community; A. Michaelowa, et al. 5. AIJ Pilot Phase Crediting and Credit Sharing; A. Michaelowa, et al. 6. Scope and Dimensions of Current Energy Sector AIJ Pilot Projects; C. Jepma, W. van der Gaast. 7. Overview of Forestry and Land-Use Projects Pursued under the Pilot; M. Trexler, et al. 8. Do AIJ Projects Support Sustainable Development Goals of the Host Country? A. Hambleton, et al. 9. Technology Transfer; J. Sathaye, R. Bradley. 10. Climate Change, Capacity Building and the AIJ Experience; A. Leonard, et al. 11. The World Bank's Experience With the Activities Implemented Jointly Pilot Phase; J. Heister, et al. 12. Legal Dimensions of AIJ Project Development Activities; K. Danish, et al. 13. Project Monitoring, Reporting and Verification; E. Vine, et al. 14. Market Based Framework for CDM Transactions; P. Hassing, M. Mendis. 15. Toward an Integrated Emissions Market of Kyoto Mechanisms; M. Matsuo. 16. Implications of the UN FCCC AIJ Pilot for the Clean Development Mechanism; I. Mintzer, R. Dixon. Index.
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