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Author: Charles Palmer,Stefanie Engel
ISBN: 0415619807
Language: English
Pages: 272 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (February 18, 2011)
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258 pages 22 B/W Illus. For Instructors Request Inspection Copy. Stefanie Engel is Professor of Environmental Policy and Economics at the Institute for Environmental Decisions at the ETH Zurich in Switzerland. Routledge Explorations in Environmental Economics.

Section 2 presents the climate change problem, the role . Engel, Stefanie and Palmer, Charles, 'Painting the Forest REDD?'

Section 5 looks at policy design, with a focus on overcoming additionality and leakage constraints and maximising the efficiency and effectiveness of potential avoided deforestation schemes. Engel, Stefanie and Palmer, Charles, 'Painting the Forest REDD?'

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Prospects for Mitigating Climate Change Through Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation.

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Avoided deforestation can be characterized as the use of financial incentives to reduce rates of deforestation and forest degradation, with much of. .First Published 2009. eBook Published 1 April 2009. Pub. location London.

Avoided deforestation can be characterized as the use of financial incentives to reduce rates of deforestation and forest degradation, with much of the focus o. eBook ISBN 9780203880999. SubjectsEconomics, Finance, Business & Industry, Environment and Sustainability. Palmer, C. (E., Engel, S. Avoided Deforestation.

Avoided deforestation can be characterized as the use of financial incentives to reduce rates of deforestation and forest degradation, with much of the focus on forests in tropical countries.

While avoided deforestation, as a policy issue, is not new, the current debate in academic and policy circles on including it in future climate change mitigation strategies such as the Clean Development Mechanism is gathering pace – and this debate is only likely to intensify as negotiations continue over what should be included in the successor agreement to the Kyoto Protocol, which is set to expire in 2012.

Up until now, however, the debate in terms of the scientific and economic implications of avoided deforestation has not been brought together. This book aims to bring together important research findings in the area along with their policy implications, whilst linking avoided deforestation to political economy as well as to the latest developments in environmental and natural resource economics.