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Discussion Paper
The Clean Development Mechanism has its meaning to be a tool that the sustainable development in the host developing country is compatible with the climate change mitigation, as well as, a flexible instrument for developed countries to meet their quantified commitments. This paper considers how the CDM works properly as a tool to assist developing...
Discussion Paper
気候変動問題に関する京都議定書では,Annex I 国に対する数値目標の設定と同時に,排出権取引などの「国際的」柔軟性メカニズムも導入されることとなった.その一方で,「国内」措置実施の重要性に関しても認識され,それが第6,17 条に規定されている「補完性(supplementarity)」の原則という形で表現されている. この「補完性」の取り扱い方法として,EU 等からは「取引される排出量への制限」という方法が提案されているが,ここでは,本来の議定書の精神に立ち戻り,議定書第2 条の「国内措置側」からのアプローチとして,「物理的な共通パフォーマンス原単位の開発」という形の,新たな提案を行い,それによって国際的取り組みの発展と同時に,Annex I 国内の取組を促進させる方法を論ずる.
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Policy Report
This report summarizes the points of the two flexibility measures, GHGs emissions trading and joint implementation, focusing on former instrument, adopted in the Kyoto Protocol, aiming at identifying the issues for designing how the regime works efficiently and what points should be settled. Proposals are also mentioned especially focusing on the...
Discussion Paper
Kyoto Protocol incorporates the international flexibility mechanisms such as emissions trading, etc., in addition to setting the quantified commitments for Annex I Parties. The Protocol also recognizes the importance of domestic actions, and supports the concept of supplementarity in the Articles 6 and 17. EU proposes to limit the tradeable amounts...
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Policy Report
このレポートは,京都議定書で導入が認められた温室効果ガスの排出権取引(と共同実施)の二つの柔軟性措置が,有効に機能するため,どのようなポイントに着目し,問題点を整理し,システムデザインを通じて,解決への道を模索すればよいか,という点に関して,現状での筆者の考え方を,特に排出権取引に関して整理したものの第二版である.
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Discussion Paper
This report is the outline of the first IGES Brainstorming Forum which was held on June 21 and 22, 1998 at Shonan Village. Japan has no experience in emissions trading which will be introduced in accordance with the Kyoto Protocol. Emissions trading will be a very important future measure of Japan in the issue of global warming; however, it has not...
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