...st below $10 per ton reduced, while 28 percent of the reductions result in net cost savings. For 2020, measures analyzed by CCAP (58 MMTCO2e) combined with measures already underway in California (67 MMTCO2e) can achieve a total of 125 MMTCO2e out of an expected emission reduction requirement of 145 MMTCO2e. This represents 86 percent of the total reductions required to meet the target. Of the measures analyzed by CCAP, 73 percent (42.5 MMTCO2e) h... continue reading »
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...clients consume, which is a disincentive to promote energy efficiency and net metering. Second, the government should look to promoting the development of alternative sources of reliable generation, moving from coal to natural gas or even nuclear. However, once again the government (the previous government did the same) refuses to take position on the development of nuclear power plants. Considering that developing a nuclear project takes decades... continue reading »
...rity, to ensure fair and equitable access for all Parties, and to ensure a net decrease and/or avoidance of greenhouse gases, and possible incentives for participation, including by private-sector entities. Speakers: Yuji Mizuno, Japan Diego Pacheco, Bolivia Miles Austin, Carbon Markets and Investors Association Martin Schroeder, KfW Wednesday, May 23, 2012 Policy Dialogue Lunch Co-hosted with the German Environment Ministry (BMU), CCAP will conve... continue reading »
...nues that could prevent an increase in income taxes or dire cuts in safety net programs. Integrated into a broader tax package of tax reform, a carbon price can also facilitate reductions in marginal tax rates. The western Canadian province of British Columbia offers one example of a well-designed revenue-neutral carbon tax. The carbon price, now integral to the economics of the province, represents $1.3 billion (Canadian) of a $35 billion annual... continue reading »
...nd 80. Paragraph 79 emphasizes that market approaches must meet standards that deliver real, permanent, additional and verified mitigation outcomes, avoid double counting of effort, and achieve a net decrease and/or avoidance of greenhouse gas emissions. Paragraph 80 requests the AHWG-LCA to conduct a work program to consider a framework for market approaches.... continue reading »