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RSS | Kyle C. Meng “Global trade and risk sharing in a spatially correlated climate”

Research Seminar Serie 9 Mar 2016

Kyle C. Meng, Assistant Professor of Environmental Economics at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, University of California, Santa Barbara, will be the speaker at this event. Kyle … read more »


Developing countries should receive at least US$400 billion a year from rich countries by 2050 to fight climate change

Press release 16 March, 2015

Developing countries should receive between US$400 billion and US$2 trillion per year from rich countries by 2050 to help them cut greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new paper. read more »


Taming the beasts of ‘burden-sharing’: an analysis of equitable mitigation actions and approaches to 2030 mitigation pledges

a policy publication by Alina Averchenkova, Nicholas Stern, Dimitri Zenghelis 11 December, 2014

Countries are now seeking to reach a new international agreement on climate change, to be signed in Paris in December 2015. A key element of the international negotiations … read more »


Who should pay for climate? The effect of burden-sharing mechanisms on abatement policies and technological transfers

Who should pay for climate? The effect of burden-sharing mechanisms on abatement policies and technological transfers

a working paper by Emanuele Campiglio 25 November, 2012

Recent international environmental negotiations have highlighted the importance of establishing a commonly agreed approach to attribute climate change responsibilities. In this paper we investigate how choices … read more »


If It Warms Up, Who’s Going to Pay?

If It Warms Up, Who’s Going to Pay?

a commentary by Sam Fankhauser 6 December, 2009

Samuel Fankhauser outlines the areas of dispute—as well as possible compromises