3 edition of Economic aspects of climate change policy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Bert Willems, Johan Eyckmans and Stef Proost (eds.)|
|Contributions||Willems, Bert., Eyckmans, Johan., Proost, S.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi,137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||137|
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Economic Aspects of Adaptation to Climate Change: Costs, Benefits and Policy Instruments (Indicators of Industrial Activity). This is no ordinary economics book. Firmly rooted in the real world of messy power struggles, corporate lobbying and media influence, it sets out very clearly the costs and dangers of our current inadequate policies and the benefits and opportunities of swift and early action to keep climate change Cited by: ISBN: Published: 28 May Edited by Shardul Agrawala and Samuel Fankhauser.
Climate change poses a serious challenge to social and economic development. Efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions need to move hand in hand with policies and incentives to adapt to the impacts of climate change.
The Economics of Climate Change will be invaluable for all students of the economics and policy implications of climate change, and economists, scientists and policy makers involved in all aspects of climate change. 'The Stern Review shows us, with Cited by: This is great news for those engaged in the climate change policy arena who are consumers of economic modeling results.
Five key questions can be raised to help policy-makers understand the projected costs of climate change policy: What level of greenhouse gas emissions are projected. volume, Economic Aspects of Adaptation to Climate Change: Costs, Benefits, and Policy Instruments, is an output from this work.
This work was overseen by OECD’s Working Party on Global and Structural Policies. This volume has been co-edited by Shardul Agrawala and Samuel Fankhauser with the following co-authors: Florence Crick. Economic aspects of adaptation to climate change: Costs, beneﬁts and policy instruments Shardul Agrawala and Samuel Fankhauser (eds),OECD, Paris, pp, £, ISBN 9 0 Reviewed by Ian Burton* Scientist Emeritus, Adaptation and Impacts Research Group (AIRG), Meteorological Service of Canada, Dufferin Street.
So the economic implications of climate change include huge shifts in geography, demographics and technology, with each affecting the other. Climate change should be called climate destabilization. It's created more extreme and frequent blizzards, heat waves, and other forms of extreme weather.
This extreme category includes tornados, wildfires, hurricanes, blizzards, floods and landslides, heat waves, and droughts. It also includes violent storms, whether they be dust, hail, rain, snow, or ice. A unique feature of this book is its strong practice-oriented nature: it contains a wide range of papers dealing with the social, economic and political aspects of climate change, exemplifying the diversity of approaches to climate change management taking place.
This edited volume contains eleven contributions to the economics of climate change with special emphasis on the European and Belgian perspective. In Part One, the book starts off at the global level looking for answers to questions such as the. Research by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has been ongoing since An extensive IPCC Working Group report published in examined the economic and social aspects of climate change.
In this volume, eminent analysts assess that IPCC report and address the questions that emerge from it. Economic Aspects of Adaptation to Climate Change It also moves the discussion beyond cost estimation to the potential and limits of economic and policy instruments - including insurance and risk sharing, environmental markets and pricing, and public private partnerships - that can be used to motivate adaptation actions.
Economic Aspects. The book offers one of the most extensive analyses of the economic and environmental dynamics of greenhouse-gas emissions and climate change and provides the tools to evaluate alternative approaches to slowing global warming. The author emphasizes the need to establish effective mechanisms, such as carbon taxes.
Economic and Policy Instruments to Promote Adaptation Adaptation to climate change will comprise of thousands of actions by households, firms, governments, and civil society.
This chapter provides some pointers as to how smart policy can turn private initiative into a force for by: Economic Aspects of Climate Change Policy A European and Belgian Perspective A joint product of CES – KULeuven and CORE – UCL This book on the economics of climate change is the result of more than ten equilibrium model is used to assess the effect of different climate change policies on industrial activity per sector in the EU.
The. Economic Aspects of Climate Change Adaptation. cooperation projects can better support the political decision-makers in their partner countries in the development of climate resilient economic structures.
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STERN REVIEW: The Economics of Climate Change iii The first half of the Review considers how the evidence on the economic impacts of climate change, and on the costs and benefits of action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, relates to the conceptual framework described above.
Policy Analysis for Decisionmaking About Climate Change M. Granger Morgan Comments Akihiro Amano Alan S. Manne 3. Equity and Discounting in Climate Change Decisions Robert C.
Lind and Richard E. Schuler Comments William R. Cline Richard N. Cooper 4. Applicability of Cost-Benefit Analysis to Climate Change Paul R. Portney Comments Ferenc L. Toth 5. The Handbook of Climate Change Adaptation addresses the scientific, social, political and cultural aspects of climate change in an integrated and coherent way.
The multi-volume reference focuses on one of the key aspects of climate change: adaptation and how to handle its impacts on physical. A leading international peer-reviewed academic journal, publishing on all aspects of climate change policy, including adaptation and mitigation, governance and negotiations, policy design, implementation and impact, and the full range of economic, social and political issues at stake in responding to climate : Susan Hussein.
Climate change is the long-term alteration in Earth’s climate and weather patterns. It took nearly a century of research and data to convince the vast majority of the scientific community that human activity could alter the climate of our entire planet.