This is an educational booklet on intergovernmental and domestic emissions trading in the context of the Kyoto Protocol.
This is a submission prepared by GtripleC and Carbon Partnership on the Australian Government's proposal to impose rules concerning voluntary carbon market standards in Australia.
This paper is the first in a series of papers that explores the role of voluntary carbon markets in countries and sectors covered by compliance accounting and emissions trading schemes.
This is the 2nd paper in a series on the voluntary carbon market. This paper explores how a voluntary carbon market provides a mechanism to scale up behaviour change in demand side management of greenhouse gas emissions, with a particular focus on energy efficiency.
This is the 3rd paper in a series on the voluntary carbon market. This paper explores why voluntary carbon market transactions can be legitimately undertaken in countries and sectors covered by compliance accounting. In particular it looks closely at the environmental integrity of voluntary-inside-compliance transactions.
Carbon Neutrality and Caps (pdf )
This is the 4th paper in a series on the voluntary carbon market. This paper explores the meaning of carbon neutrality when considered in sectors covered by binding targets in an emissions trading scheme.
This report focused on the current state of global food security and its connection to climate change, and climate change policy.
Climate Change and Forests (pdf )
This is an introduction to the role of forests in global climate change with a particular focus on deforestation.
This is a summary of climate change science and its implications for policy in a New Zealand setting.
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