Carbon Markets: An International Business Guide, by Arnaud Brohe, Nick Eyre and Nicholas Howarth provides accessible information to understanding the opportunities provided by regulated and voluntary carbon markets for tackling local weather change. This book supplies priceless insights into carbon markets, vital determinant of measures to mitigate emissions of greenhouse gases.
This book offers overview of the problem of local weather change, with a concise assessment of the latest scientific evidence in several fields. A highly accessible introduction is offered to the financial concept and completely different constitutive components of a carbon allowances market based on rationalization of the Kyoto Protocol and its flexibility mechanisms.
Writer reveals clarification of how the EU Emissions Buying and selling Scheme works in application, ongoing developments in regulated carbon markets in the US, up-to-the-minute protection of regulated carbon markets in Australia, developments in New Zealand and Japan, carbon offsetting and voluntary carbon markets.
By combining theoretical facets with sensible applications, the Carbon Markets: An International Business Guide is for business leaders, financiers, carbon merchants, lawyers, bankers, researchers, coverage makers and anyone taken with market mechanisms to mitigate local weather change. The carbon emissions ensuing from the manufacturing of this book have been calculated, reduced and offset to render the book.
Carbon markets are keys to preventing local weather change cost-effectively. This information is timely as increasingly nations comply with Europe’s lead in creating cap and trade systems. Linked together, these will set up a world carbon market over the coming years.
Carbon Markets: An International Business Guide
Arnaud Brohe, Nick Eyre and Nicholas Howarth