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This Editorial identifies challenges that need to be addressed post-Kyoto, which include the continuing debate between the developed nations and developing nations on the responsibility for climate change and the impacts mitigatory action would have on economic development. Despite the ongoing...
This article explores how future CDM projects can be designed to become more attractive for some Asian countries. This might be achieved by enhancing the social and environmental benefits of such projects, e.g., by transforming the existing energy supply systems, by increasing job opportunities...
As the world contemplates a post-Kyoto Protocol climate change policy architecture, some key observations of the clean development mechanism (CDM) remind us that climate change policies should be linked more closely to the promotion of sustainability. A sustainability-rated CDM (SR-CDM) is...
The ecosystem, all over the world, is under severe stress because of unprecedented population growth and increase in economic activity, which have pushed the world to limits that it could not handle. The cost of inaction, that is the business-as-usual path, could be huge and in fact, globally...
There is overwhelming scientific consensus that the climate is changing due to primarily human-induced activities. Emission of greenhouse gases from the energy and construction sectors is one of the main human induced causes. Most legislative and policy initiatives by countries to deal with...
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