miércoles, 3 de junio de 2009

Propuestas para Copenhague

Más propuestas para las negociaciones de cambio climático, desde la Kennedy School:

Una de David Victor, sobre posibles acuerdos para los países en Desarrollo:

Climate Accession Deals: New Strategies for Taming Growth of Greenhouse Gases in Developing Countries

This paper suggests a new strategy for engaging developing countries, focusing on the concept of Climate Accession Deals (CADs). These deals would take advantage of the fact that there are many large policy shifts that are in these countries' interests and which also, fortuitously, reduce greenhouse gases. Each CAD would include a set of policies that are tailored to gain maximum leverage on a single developing country's emissions, while also aligning with its interests and capabilities so that the initial investments are easily expanded with few incentives for developing countries to abandon the effort once under way.

Y otra de unos universitarios chinos (de Tsinghua) sobre un MDL más orientado a la transferencia de tecnología:

Possible Development of a Technology Clean Development Mechanism in a Post-2012 Regime

Many technologies that could mitigate greenhouse gas emissions do exist, but not in developing countries. Thus, transfer of climate-friendly technologies from developed to developing countries is vital to solving the global climate challenge. This paper proposes an enhanced Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) regime with greater emphasis on technology transfer.

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