Cancun erfüllt niedrige Erwartungen

Die Teilnehmer der UN-Klimakonferenz, die im Dezember 2010 im mexikanischen Cancún stattfand, haben sich auf ein Maßnahmenpaket verständigt. Das Paket umfasst u.a. die Errichtung eines globalen Klimafonds sowie Verabredungen zur Anpassung an den Klimawandel, zum Waldschutz und zum Technologietransfer.

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Wesentliches Schlagwort: Internationale Umweltpolitik

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Wesentliches Schlagwort: Klimaschutz

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Wesentliches Schlagwort: Klimaveränderung

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Wesentliches Schlagwort: UN-Klimakonferenz

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Wesentliches Schlagwort: Umweltschutzkonferenz

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Literaturliste

Warum Klimakonferenzen scheitern, aber dennoch zum Wohl des Weltklimas kooperiert wird / Anja Itzenplitz; Nicole Seifferth-Schmidt.

  • Warum Klimakonferenzen scheitern, aber dennoch zum Wohl des Weltklimas kooperiert wird / Anja Itzenplitz; Nicole Seifferth-Schmidt.
    (2010) Diskussionspapier / Technische Universität Ilmenau, Institut für Volkswirtschaftslehre ; 67; 31 S.

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  • Warum Klimakonferenzen scheitern, aber dennoch zum Wohl des Weltklimas kooperiert wird / Anja Itzenplitz; Nicole Seifferth-Schmidt.
    (2010) Diskussionspapier / Technische Universität Ilmenau, Institut für Volkswirtschaftslehre ; 67; Online-Ressource (PDF-Datei: 31 S., 743 KB).

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Die 2°max-Klimastrategie : ein Memorandum / Lutz Wicke; Hans Joachim Schellnhuber; Daniel Klingenfeld.

  • Die 2°max-Klimastrategie : ein Memorandum / Lutz Wicke; Hans Joachim Schellnhuber; Daniel Klingenfeld.
    (2010) Studien zur internationalen Umweltpolitik ; 13; VIII, 48 S.

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Das CO-2-Gebäudesanierungsprogramm der KfW : Klimaschutz, Konjunktur- und Budgeteffekt / Wilhelm Kuckshinrichs; Tobias Kronenberg; Patrick Hansen.

  • Das CO-2-Gebäudesanierungsprogramm der KfW : Klimaschutz, Konjunktur- und Budgeteffekt / Wilhelm Kuckshinrichs; Tobias Kronenberg; Patrick Hansen.
    (2010) In: Wirtschaftsdienst. - Berlin . – Bd. 90.2010, 9, (Sep.2010) S. 616-623.

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Klimagipfel : faites vos jeux! – die Würfel fallen / Reinhard Madlener.

Klimaschutz als Lernprozess? : der Weltklimarat als Wissensunternehmer und sein Einfluss auf die Klimakonferenzen der Vereinten Nationen / Sonja Reinecke.

  • Klimaschutz als Lernprozess? : der Weltklimarat als Wissensunternehmer und sein Einfluss auf die Klimakonferenzen der Vereinten Nationen / Sonja Reinecke.
    (2010) Forschungsberichte aus dem Institut für Sozialwissenschaften (ISW) ; 96; 134 S.

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Dänischer Winter : über das Scheitern der Klimaverhandlungen in Kopenhagen / Bernhard Obermayr.

Fairness, credibility and effectiveness in the Copenhagen accord: an economic assessment / by Enrica De Cian; Alice Favero.

  • Fairness, credibility and effectiveness in the Copenhagen accord: an economic assessment / by Enrica De Cian; Alice Favero.
    (2010) Nota di lavoro / Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei ; 21.2010 : Sustainable development; Online-Ressource (PDF-Datei: 29 S., 335,36 KB).

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Klimawandel, Geopolitik und “imperiale Lebensweise” : das Scheitern von “Kopenhagen” und die strukturelle Überforderung internationaler Umweltpolitik / Markus Wissen.

  • Klimawandel, Geopolitik und “imperiale Lebensweise” : das Scheitern von “Kopenhagen” und die strukturelle Überforderung internationaler Umweltpolitik / Markus Wissen.
    (2010) In: Kurswechsel. – Wien. – Bd. 2010,2, S. 30-38.

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Was kommt nach Kopenhagen? : ein Ausblick aus der Sicht Australiens und seiner asiatisch-pazifischen Nachbarn / Regina Betz; Johanna Cludius.

  • Was kommt nach Kopenhagen? : ein Ausblick aus der Sicht Australiens und seiner asiatisch-pazifischen Nachbarn / Regina Betz; Johanna Cludius.
    (2010) In: KAS-Auslands-Informationen. – Berlin. – Bd. 26.2010, 3, S. 37-58.

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Die Ergebnisse von Kopenhagen : Folgerungen für die ärmsten Länder der Welt / Susanne Dröge.

  • Die Ergebnisse von Kopenhagen : Folgerungen für die ärmsten Länder der Welt / Susanne Dröge.
    (2010) In: KAS-Auslands-Informationen. – Berlin. – Bd. 26.2010, 3, S. 7-18.

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Trade sanctions, financial transfers and BRIC participation in global climate change negotiations / Huifang Tian; John Whalley.
Countries can reduce global emissions by reducing own consumption since they are linked to the total value of consumption world wide. Two effects are at issue: a utility loss from forgone consumption and a utility gain from lowered temperature change. It is thus unclear whether own country emissions reductions are in the self interest; typically they are not for small countries, but may be for larger countries. Here are investigate the incentives for individual large population low wage rapidly growing countries in the BRIC group (Brazil, Russia, India, China) and the groups of countries as a sub-global coalition. We also assess what level of other countries’ trade measures linked to non participation is needed to induce compliance as an all or nothing discrete choice. We capture induced changes in the global trade equilibrium in our analysis, as well as participation linked to financial transfers. Our results suggest that only very high tariffs over a hundred percent by all other countries, or even higher tariffs by the OECD alone, could induce participation by BRIC countries, especially when the country is a net exporter. Equally, large financial transfers would be needed.

  • Trade sanctions, financial transfers and BRIC participation in global climate change negotiations / Huifang Tian; John Whalley.
    (2010) In: Journal of policy modeling. – Bd. 32.2010, 1, S. 47-63.

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  • Trade sanctions, financial transfers and BRIC’s participation in global climate change negotiations / Huifang Tian ; John Whalley ; Yuezhou Cai.
    (2009) CESifo working paper series ; 2698 : Trade policy; 30 S.

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  • Trade sanctions, financial transfers and BRIC’s participation in global climate change negotiations / Huifang Tian; John Whalley; Yuezhou Cai.
    (2009) CESifo working paper ; 2698 : Trade policy; Online-Ressource ( 30 S.).

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Coordinating to protect the global climate : experimental evidence on the role of inequality and commitment / Alessandro Tavoni; Astrid Dannenberg and Andreas Löschel.
Free riding and coordination difficulties are held to be the primary causes of cooperation breakdown among nonrelatives. These thwarting effects are particularly severe in the absence of effective monitoring institutions capable of sanctioning deviant behavior. Unfortunately, solutions to global environmental dilemmas, like climate change, cannot depend on coercion mechanisms, given the transnational effects of emissions. A further complication is that it yields “common but differentiated responsibilities”. Such asymmetries in wealth and carbon responsibilities among the actors, and the ensuing issues of equity, might further impede cooperation. Yet, a growing literature stresses the importance of non-economic factors in explaining human behavior; therefore, instruments that go beyond the traditional incentives might prove effective in facilitating the task. Given the empirical nature of the problem, we address it by means of a controlled laboratory experiment: a framed threshold public goods game is used to investigate the degree of cooperation and coordination achieved by groups of six participants in combating simulated catastrophic climate change. While necessarily simple for the sake of tractability, the game is designed to incorporate key real-world issues, such as inequity and the impact of emergent institutions based on nonbinding “pledge and review” mechanisms. — experimental economics ; threshold public goods game ; climate change ; inequality ; pledge

  • Coordinating to protect the global climate : experimental evidence on the role of inequality and commitment / Alessandro Tavoni; Astrid Dannenberg and Andreas Löschel.
    (2010) Discussion paper / ZEW Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung ; 10-049 : Environmental and resource economics and environmental management; 27 S.

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  • Coordinating to protect the global climate : experimental evidence on the role of inequality and commitment / Alessandro Tavoni, Astrid Dannenberg, and Andreas Löschel.
    (2010) Discussion paper / ZEW ; 10-049; Online-Ressource (27 S.).

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China and the world economy : China’s economic rise after three decades of reform / ed. by Yih-chyi Chuang and Simona Thomas.

International environmental agreements : emissions trade, safety valves and escape clauses / Larry Karp; Jinhua Zhao.

  • International environmental agreements : emissions trade, safety valves and escape clauses / Larry Karp; Jinhua Zhao.
    (2010) In: Revue économique. – Bd. 61.2010, 1, (Jan.2010) S. 135-160.

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  • International environmental agreements : emissions trade, safety valves and escape clauses / Larry Karp; Jinhua Zhao.
    (2009) CUDARE working paper series ; 1084; Online-Ressource, (30 S.).

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Climate treaties and backstop technologies : presented at CESifo Area Conference on Energy & Climate Economics, October 2009 / Scott Barrett.
In this paper I examine the design of climate treaties when there exist two kinds of technology, a conventional abatement technology with (linearly) increasing marginal costs and a backstop technology (“air capture”) with high but constant marginal costs. I focus on situations in which countries can gain collectively by using both technologies. I show that, under some circumstances, countries will be better off negotiating treaties that are not cost-effective. When countries prefer to negotiate self-enforcing agreements that are cost-effective, the availability of the backstop technology causes cooperation in abatement to increase significantly.

  • Climate treaties and backstop technologies : presented at CESifo Area Conference on Energy & Climate Economics, October 2009 / Scott Barrett.
    (2010) CESifo working paper series ; 3003 : Energy and climate economics; 24 S.

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  • Climate treaties and backstop technologies / Scott Barrett.
    (2010) CESifo working paper ; 3003 : Energy and Climate Economics; Online-Ressource (24 S.).

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Sharing the atmosphere : a proposal for an equitable and sustainable global trading scheme for greenhouse gas emissions / Ton Bührs.

  • Sharing the atmosphere : a proposal for an equitable and sustainable global trading scheme for greenhouse gas emissions / Ton Bührs.
    (2010) CSGR working paper series ; 10,264; Online-Ressource (PDF-Datei: 25 S.).

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Do equity preferences matter for climate negotiators? : an experimental investigation / Astrid Dannenberg; Bodo Sturm; Carsten Vogt.

  • Do equity preferences matter for climate negotiators? : an experimental investigation / Astrid Dannenberg; Bodo Sturm; Carsten Vogt.
    (2010) In: Environmental & resource economics. – Dordrecht. – Bd. 47.2010, 1, (Sep.2010) S. 91-109.

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The demand for climate protection : an empirical assessment for Germany / Andreas Löschel; Bodo Sturm and Carsten Vogt.
In this paper, we investigate the real demand for climate protection. For this purpose we conducted a framed field experiment with a sample of the residential population in Mannheim, Germany. Participants were endowed with Ù 40 and given the opportunity to contribute to climate protection by purchasing European Union Allowances. Purchased allowances were withdrawn from the European Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS). While the median willingness to pay (WTP) for climate protection is zero the mean WTP is approximately Ù 12/tCO2. We analyse determinants of the observed individual demand behaviour and discuss the potential consequences, which result from the remarkably low WTP and its distribution for German climate policy. — Experimental economics ; demand for climate protection ; climate change ; willingness to pay

  • The demand for climate protection : an empirical assessment for Germany / Andreas Löschel; Bodo Sturm and Carsten Vogt.
    (2010) Discussion paper / ZEW, Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung ; 10-068 : Environmental and resource economics and environmental management; 43 S.

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  • The demand for climate protection : an empirical assessment for Germany / Andreas Löschel, Bodo Sturm, and Carsten Vogt.
    (2010) Discussion paper / ZEW ; 10-068; Online-Ressource (43 S.).

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Umweltzölle : das kleinere Übel? / Andreas Löschel.

Technology transfers and the clean development mechanism in a North–South general equilibrium model / Thomas Aronsson; Kenneth Backlund; Linda Sahlén.

  • Technology transfers and the clean development mechanism in a North–South general equilibrium model / Thomas Aronsson; Kenneth Backlund; Linda Sahlén.
    (2010) In: Resource and energy economics. – Bd. 32.2010, 3, (Aug.2010) S. 292-309.

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  • Technology transfers and the clean development mechanism in a North-South general equilibrium model / Thomas Aronsson, Kenneth Backlund and Linda Sahlén.
    (Nov. 2006) Nota di lavoro / Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei ; 2006,145 : CCMP, Climate change modelling and policy; Online-Ressource, 26 S., Text.

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  • Technology transfers and the clean development mechanism in a North-South general equilibrium model / Thomas Aronsson, Kenneth Backlund and Linda Sahlén.
    (Oct. 2006) Umeå economic studies ; 697; Online-Ressource, 26 S. = 258 kB, Text.

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Der Klimawandel : sozialwissenschaftliche Perspektiven / Martin Voss (Hrsg.).

Expected utility theory and the tyranny of catastrophic risks / Wolfgang Buchholz and Michael Schymura.
Expected Utility theory is not only applied to individual choices but also to ethical decisions, e.g. in cost-benefit analysis of climate change policy measures that affect future generations. In this context the crucial question arises whether EU theory is able to deal with “catastrophic risks”, i.e. risks of high, but very unlikely losses, in an ethically appealing way. In this paper we show that this is not the case. Rather, if in the framework of EU theory a plausible level of risk aversion is assumed, a “tyranny of catastrophic risk” (TCR) emerges, i.e. project evaluation may be dominated by the catastrophic event even if its probability is negligibly small. With low degrees of risk aversion, however the catastrophic risk eventually has no impact at all when its probability goes to zero which is ethically not acceptable as well. — Utilitarianism ; Expected Utility theory ; catastrophic risks

  • Expected utility theory and the tyranny of catastrophic risks / Wolfgang Buchholz and Michael Schymura.
    (2010) Discussion paper / Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung ; 10-059 : Environmental resource economics and environmental management; 14 S.

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  • Expected Utility theory and the tyranny of catastrophic risks / Wolfgang Buchholz and Michael Schymura.
    (2010) Discussion paper / ZEW ; 10-059; Online-Ressource (14 S.).

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On international equity weights and national decision making on climate change / David Anthoff, Richard S. J. Tol.
Estimates of the marginal damage costs of carbon dioxide emissions require the aggregation of monetised impacts of climate change over people with different incomes and in different jurisdictions. Implicitly or explicitly, such estimates assume a social welfare function and hence a particular attitude towards equity and justice. We show that previous approaches to equity weighing are inappropriate from a national decision maker’s point of view, because domestic impacts are not valued at domestic values. We propose four alternatives (sovereignty, altruism, good neighbour, and compensation) with different views on concern for and liability towards foreigners. The four alternatives imply radically estimates of the social cost of carbon and hence the optimal intensity of climate policy.

  • On international equity weights and national decision making on climate change / David Anthoff, Richard S. J. Tol.
    (2010) In: Journal of environmental economics and management. – Bd. 60.2010, 1, (Jul.2010) S. 14-20.

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  • On international equity weights and national decision making on climate change : presented at CESifo Venice Summer Institute 2008, Workshop on “Europe and Global Environmental Issues” / David Anthoff; Richard S. J. Tol.
    (2008) CESifo working paper series; 2373 : Resources and environment; [25] S.

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  • On international equity weights and national decision making on climate change / David Anthoff; Richard S. J. Tol.
    (2008) CESifo working paper ; 2373 : Monetary policy and international finance; Online-Ressource (PDF-Datei: [30] S., 471 KB).

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  • On international equity weights and national decision making on climate change / David Anthoff and Richard S. J. Tol.
    (May 2007) Nota di lavoro / Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei ; 2007,55 : CCMP, Climate change modelling and policy; Online-Ressource, [24] S., Text.

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Climate policy without commitment / Rolf Golombek; Mads Greaker; Michael Hoel.
Climate mitigation policy should be imposed over a long period, and spur development of new technologies in order to make stabilization of green house gas concentrations economically feasible. The government may announce current and future policy packages that stimulate current R&D in climate-friendly technologies. However, once climate-friendly technologies have been developed, the government may have no incentive to implement the pre-announced future policies, that is, there may be a time inconsistency problem. We show that if the government can optimally subsidize R&D today, there is no time inconsistency problem. Thus, lack of commitment is not an argument for higher current R&D subsidies. If the offered R&D subsidy is lower than the optimal subsidy, the current (sub-game perfect) climate tax should exceed the first-best climate tax.

  • Climate policy without commitment / Rolf Golombek; Mads Greaker; Michael Hoel.
    (2010) CESifo working paper series ; 2909 : Energy and climate economics; 18 S.

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  • Climate policy without commitment / Rolf Golombek; Mads Greaker; Michael Hoel.
    (2010) Memorandum / Department of Economics, University of Oslo ; 2010,02; Online-Ressource (20 S.).

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  • Climate policy without commitment / Rolf Golombek ; Mads Greaker ; Michael Hoel.
    (2010) CESifo working paper ; 2909 : Energy and Climate Economics; Online-Ressource ( 18 S.).

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Internationale Klimapolitik nach Kyoto : Bausteine und Architekturen / Bernd Hansjürgens.

  • Internationale Klimapolitik nach Kyoto : Bausteine und Architekturen / Bernd Hansjürgens.
    (2009) In: Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik & Umweltrecht. – Frankfurt, M.. – Bd. 32.2009, 2, (Jun.2009) S. 123-152.

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Was kann der Klimagipfel in Kopenhagen erreichen?

US-Klimaschutzpolitik nach der Wahl / Dieter Cansier.

Weichenstellung für den europäischen Emissionshandel / Eva Benz; Bodo Sturm.

Keine gemeinsame Klimaschutz-Vision / Vicki Duscha.

Rahmenbedingungen für den Emissionsrechtehandel in Deutschland / Ulrike E. Berger-Kögler.

Folgen des Klimawandels : Versicherungspflicht wird unausweichlich! / Gert G. Wagner.

Marktwirtschaftliche Instrumente : Königsweg der Klimapolitik? / Jörg Adolf.

Start für anspruchsvolles Klimaregime / Axel Michaelowa.

CO2-Ablagerung und Wettbewerb im EU-Emissionshandelssystem / Sven Bode.

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