A critical issue in dealing with climate change is deciding who has
a right to emit carbon dioxide. Originally published in 2007,
Allocation in the European Emissions Trading Scheme provided the
first in-depth description and analysis of the process by which
rights to emit carbon dioxide were created and distributed in the
European Union. This was the world's first large-scale experiment
with an emission trading system for carbon dioxide and was likely
to be copied by others if there was to be a global regime for
limiting greenhouse gas emissions. The book comprises contributions
from those responsible for putting the allocation into practice in
ten representative member states and at the European Commission.
The problems encountered in this process, the solutions found, and
the choices they made, will be of interest to all who are concerned
with climate policy and the use of emissions trading to combat
Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
|Country of origin:
A. Denny Ellerman
• Barbara K. Buchner
• Carlo Carraro
||Electronic book text
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