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Climate Action 2007-2008

FRAMEWORKS 38 GLOBAL

FRAMEWORKS 38 GLOBAL LEADERSHIP FOR CLIMATE ACTION COMPREHENSIVE AGREEMENT } } } } MITIGATION – TARGETS AND TIMETABLES Targeted agreements on energy efficiency and renewable energy Carbon sinks Market-based mechanisms VISIT: WWW.CLIMATEACTIONPROGRAMME.ORG

ADAPTATION ACCELERATE TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH AND DEPLOYMENT Consultative group on clean energy research FINANCE Reform Clean Development Mechanism FRAMEWORKS 39 VISIT: WWW.CLIMATEACTIONPROGRAMME.ORG

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  • Page 11 and 12: Foreword The year 2007 may wel
  • Page 13 and 14: Overcoming serious climate change m
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  • Page 23 and 24: Climate change will no longer be a
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  • Page 27: COST EFFECTIVE CLIMATE MITIGATION
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  • Page 33: Is it worth paying one per cent of
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  • Page 72 and 73: Using financial indices for respons
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    KPMG: SUPPORTING BUSINESS IN MEETIN

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    CARING FOR CLIMATE: THE BUSINESS LE

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    Carbon footprints in the supply cha

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    WHAT NEXT FOR BUSINESSES?

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    REDUCING AIR EMISSIONS AND PURIFYIN

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    Figure 1: Range of insurer activiti

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    7. Investment in climate change sol

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    In 2007, increasing scientific cert

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    CORPORATE RESPONSES

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    In a few short years, more than 840

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    RESPONDING AND EVOLVING

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    Vulnerability to external factors

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    The emission reductions expected fr

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    STEP 2: DECIDE HOW MANY OFFSETS NEE

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    STEP 6: UNDERTAKE DUE DILIGENCE ON

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    THE LONG TERM PAST

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    Global damage costs/development ben

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    Carbon rationing: the only realisti

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    The PCA will act as a parallel curr

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    THE RE SHARE IN TODAY’S ENERGY MA

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    OUTLOOK

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    MORE THAN A DROP IN THE OCEAN

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    In its Survey of Energy Resources f

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    TRENDS } } }

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    The EDF Climate Change Policy EDF h

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    Figure 1: Centralised energy - yest

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    A RENEWABLES INFRASTRUCTURE

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    ENERGY 148 In 2006, global demand

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    PROFILE 150 Enel’s green revoluti

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    PROFILE 152

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    ENERGY 154

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    ENERGY 156 BIOMAS

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    Table: Top five countries for energ

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    The primary scarcity facing the pla

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    Figure 1: Location of the world’s

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    Coal is America’s dominant energy

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    Assuming sufficient policy efforts,

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    Figure 4: Comparison of costs of CC

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    Renewable energy in India: STATUS A

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    RENEWABLE OUTLOOK

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    Renewable energy financing; PV SOLA

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    THE INTEREST RATE BUY-DOWN

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    Sustainable bioenergy in Africa: is

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    THE WAY FORWARD

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    WASTEWATER TREATMENT

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    Mitigating climate change: the Braz

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    REDUCED EMISSIONS FROM DEFORESTATIO

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    Buildings

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    Transportation and greenhouse gas m

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    Table: Summary of transportation gr

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    Reducing car carbon emissions: how

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    Table 2: Future powertrain developm

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    Future transportation systems in Ch

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    Hydrogen fuel cell vehicle

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    Reducing GHG emissions

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    A VISION FOR AVIATION

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    The alternative to business travel

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    More than 60 per cent of all meetin

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    GROUNDS FOR HOPE

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    Converging technologies

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    Figure 1. Historical gains in US en

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    TELECOMMUNICATIONS 218 Energy and

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    Green attributes of Megaman lamps }

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    BUILDINGS 222

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    BUILDINGS 224

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    LEADING WITH LEED } } } } }

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    BULDINGS 228 THE EEB VISION

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    Grundfos circulator pumps ENERGY EF

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    Agriculture and climate change - CH

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    Figure: Impact of climate change in

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    Keeping the greenhouse green A res

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    PROFILE 238 MEET THE CATALYST

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    Today there are papers produced wit

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    AGRICULTURE & FORESTRY 242

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    STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT

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    The role of cities in tackling clim

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    District heating, Copenhagen

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    Energy efficiency in an imaginary m

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    The power of green public procureme

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    THE POLITICAL CONTEXT FOR GREEN PUB

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    OBJECTIVES OF THE BASQUE OFFICE ON

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    CIRCULAR ECONOMY In the circula

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    Progress in climate change adaptati

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    The Caribbean community recognises

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    Steps... There are a number of step

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    “EVERYTHING CAN ALWAYS BE DONE BE

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    2 Assess where you stand

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    3 Decide and plan where you want to

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    ACTIONS 274 Buildings

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    Cleaner fuels and vehicles

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    To purchase offsets, individuals or

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    ACTIONS 286 9 Offer low carbon prod

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    ACTIONS 290 11 Team up

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