2005

Beyond Kyoto — A New Global Climate Certificate System

Continuing Kyoto Commitments or a Global ‘Cap and Trade’ Scheme for a Sustainable Climate Policy?

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ISBN: 978-3-540-22482-2 (Print) 978-3-540-26863-5 (Online)

Table of contents (9 chapters)

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    Pages 1-9

    A Clear-Cut and Quantified Criterion for a Successful Global Climate Policy

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    Pages 11-25

    A Comprehensive Standard System for Evaluating the Prospect of Success of Different Climate Protection Systems

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    Pages 27-74

    Evaluation of the Existing Kyoto System and the Most Important Incremental Evolution Proposals to Reach EU’s Minimum Target for Climate Sustainability

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    Pages 75-113

    Structural Regime Change in the Kyoto/UNFCCC System Through Price or ‘Cap and Trade’ Incentive Systems for Climate Sustainability

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    Pages 115-147

    The Basic Concept of an Application-Orientated Global Climate Certificate System, GCCS (Eight Elements) and Its More Detailed Assessment

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    Pages 149-203

    Implementation of GCCS: Administrative and Other Aspects of GCCS’ Eight Basic Elements in More Detail

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    Pages 205-222

    The GCCS - An Overview of the Global Climate Certificate System

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    Pages 223-299

    GCCS-Acceptability: Economic Analysis, Fairness Discussion (Per Capita Approach), Legal Feasibility, Gains and Burdens for Different Countries and Regions

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    Pages 301-312

    Elements of a Strategy to Implement and Enforce GCCS as an Effective Beyond-Kyoto-I Climate Protection System