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Author Australia. Bureau of Transport Economics.

Title Trading greenhouse emissions : some Australian perspectives / [ed[itor] Leo Dobes]
Published Canberra, A.C.T. : Bureau of Transport Economics, 1998

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Description xx, 247 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Series Occasional paper, 1440-9577 ; 115
Occasional paper (Australia. Bureau of Transport Economics) ; 115
Contents Overview -- The role and future of international emissions trading / Brian S. Fisher and Stuart Beil -- Ch. 1. Australian programs and policies for reducing greenhouse emissions and generating carbon sinks / Gwen Andrews -- Ch. 2. Essential elements of tradable permit schemes - Don Gunasekera and Antonia Cornwell -- Ch. 3. Tradable permits: terms and taxonomy / Joe Motha -- Ch. 4. The McKibbin-Wilcoxen proposal for global greenhouse abatement / Warwick McKibbin -- Ch. 5. Emissions trading: making it work / Jim Hagan -- Ch. 6. Emissions trading from a business perspective / Tony Beck -- Ch. 7. Prospects for Australian industry involvement in the Asia-Pacific region with clean development mechanisms / Don Gunasekera and Deo Mweisigye -- Ch. 8. Global economic impacts of the Kyoto Protocol / Darren Kennedy, Cain Polidano, Jaekyu Lim, Vivek Tulpule and Brian S. Fisher -- Ch. 9. The transport sector: is carbon tax better? / Leo Dobes -- Ch. 10. The international trade problems of the Kyoto Protocol / Alan Oxley -- Ch. 11. The umbrella group: a market-based approach / Dept. of Foreign Affairs and Trade -- Ch. 12. The international movement of people: adjusting for personal emissions / Leo Dobes and Joe Motha -- Ch. 13. Accounting for carbon sinks: the problem of time / Leo Dobes, Ian Enting and Chris Mitchell -- Appendices -- Appendix A. Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change -- Appendix B. Global warming potential (GWP) values of greenhouse gases -- Appendix C. United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. E
Summary Following international agreement on the Kyoto Protocol in December 1997, there is now a serious prospect of trading greenhouse emissions on a global scale. The Protocol has the potential to affect international economies in an unprecedented way, and few details are available as to the form that emissions trading schemes might take. International negotiators are faced with the problem of settling the framework for emissions trading without knowing the potential effects and pitfalls that may arise in practice. The major aim of this publication is to service as a source of information and ready reference for negotiators at international conferences
Analysis ECONOMIC IMPACT
EMISSION
GREENHOUSE GASES
Notes Series information from verso of title-page
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Commonwealth of Australia 1998
Occasional paper (Australia. Bureau of Transport Economics) no:115 1440-9577
Subject Climatic changes.
Emissions trading -- Government policy -- Australia.
Energy consumption.
Greenhouse gases -- Economic aspects -- Australia.
Emissions trading -- Australia.
Greenhouse gases -- Environmental aspects -- Australia.
Greenhouse gases -- Government policy -- Australia.
Author Dobes, Leo.
Australia. Bureau of Transport Economics.
LC no. 00001424
ISSN 1440-9577
ISBN 0642476225
9780642476227