UNDP Environment & Energy Group climate Policy series, March 2010 – Download report from external website (PDF)
Reference Bovens, L. 2010. A Lockean defence of grandfathering emission rights (forthcoming). The Ethics of Global Climate Change [Denis Arnold (ed.)]. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
The 2009 Renewable Energy Directive mandates European Union member-states’ road transport fuel to comprise a minimum of 10% renewable content by 2020. This target is expected to be met … read more »
Sustainable Development Commission’s Publication, 2010 (Contributor) – External link to publication
What do the Appendices to the Copenhagen Accord tell us about global greenhouse gas emissions and the prospects for avoiding a rise in global average temperature of more than 2°C?
This paper sets out an assessment of the latest targets and intended actions for reducing emissions of greenhouse gases, which have been submitted by countries to the Appendices of the … read more »
Comment: ‘Knock, Knock: Where is the Evidence for Dangerous Human-Caused Global Warming?’ by Robert M. Carter
Ward, R.E.T. 2010. In: Economic Analysis and Policy, v.40, p.125-143.
Invention and transfer of climate change mitigation technologies on a global scale: a study drawing on patent data
Our paper uses the EPO/OECD World Patent Statistical Database(PATSTAT) to provide a quantitative description of the geographic distribution of inventions in thirteen climate mitigation technologies since 1978 and their international diffusion on a global scale. read more »
From adaptation to climate-resilient development: the costs of climate-proofing the Millennium Development Goals in Africa
Socio-economic development and adaptation to climate change are closely intertwined. Adaptation is increasingly described as climate resilient development or development under a hostile climate. In support of this view, … read more »