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- Document2008The intent of this guideline is to present a simple and educational background regarding not only about carbon markets, but their current opportunities, as well as local and international procedures that a project proponent must meet to successfully incorporate the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and emit carbon certificates in the international market.DocumentUnited Nations [UN] Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, 2010The study establishes a macroeconomic scenario without climate change trend against which the cost of the phenomenon is measured. It uses "bottom up" impact analysis of key sectors and areas such as agriculture, water resources, extreme events and ecosystem services, making later an economic valuation as a function of GDP.Document
Win-win scenarios at the climate-development interface: challenges and opportunities for stove replacement programs through carbon financeSocial Science Research Network, 2010This paper reviews the possibilities for win-win climate and development outcomes in programmes that distribute improved efficiency cookstoves (ICS) with the use of carbon finance.DocumentNational Renewable Energy Laboratory, 2010The Copenhagen Accord has not led to a global target for greenhouse gas emissions and as a result bottom-up, national, and technology-specific policies are gaining importance. This paper discusses policies directed towards three areas relevant to the development of clean energy technology:DocumentBankTrack, 2007Commercial banks are of crucial importance in the transition to a low-carbon economy based upon energy efficiency and renewable energies. They are indispensable in mobilising and allocating the necessary financial resources for long run investment.