Pages tagged by "Carbon Emissions"

Shaping room for manoeuver: a political ecology of REDD+ in Indonesia

In the year 2010, Norway signed an agreement to provide Indonesia with up to USD 1 billion if the latter could prove it had reduced its high carbon emissions from deforestation and degradation of forests and peat lands (Letter of Intent 2010). This research focuses on the resulting schemes for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) in Indonesia since the signing of this bilateral deal.

At the crossroads: an uncertain future facing the electricity‐generation sector in South Korea

Nuclear energy has provided a major source of clean electricity for South Korea over decades. However, the South Korean Government announced an energy...

In the race, but at the back

Australia has finally come to the climate change party, writes Frank Jotzo.

Getting better by design

Overcoming the climate policy impasse.

Taxing traffic

Good outcomes from pricing bads.

On the outer

Pressure on Australia to clarify climate stance as US and China move.

The axis of environment

Frank Jotzo on how the future global environment starts in Asia.

Biofuels subsidies increase carbon emissions

Crawford researchers find a 'green paradox'.

Getting the rate right

To cut emissions more, carbon taxes need to raise less.

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