3 edition of Discounting the benefits of climate change mitigation found in the catalog.
Discounting the benefits of climate change mitigation
|Other titles||Discounting the benefits of climate change mitigation (Online).|
|Statement||by Richard Newell, William Pizer.|
|Series||Economics technical series|
|Contributions||Pizer, William A., Pew Center on Global Climate Change.|
|LC Classifications||QC981.8.C5 N48 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
In his book The Climate Casino, cost of reducing greenhouse gas emissions are "not including benefits of reduced climate change as well as cobenefits and adverse side‐effects of mitigation. Climate change mitigation strategies, including efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, are not specifically designed to improve human health but could potentially do so anyway.1, 2 A review in this issue of EHP critically examines different models for estimating these so-called co-benefits and highlights improvements that could help assess which mitigation strategies are the most.
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Discounting is used as a tool for modeling optimal solutions for many long-term problems, including climate change.
For example, an integrated assessment model of climate change can be used to estimate the time-profile of benefits associated with the reduction of one ton of. Newell, Richard G (). Discounting the Benefits of Climate Change Mitigation: How Much Do Uncertain Rates Increase Valuations?.Cited by: CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This report highlights one important variable in this determination that is often left unexamined in current climate change modelsuncertainty in future interest rates.
Underlying existing climate change models is a specific set of assumptions regarding emissions levels, economic growth and flexibility. Discounting the benefits of climate change mitigation - How much do uncertain rates increase valuations.
By Richard Newell, Richard Newell, William Pizer, William Pizer, R Esources, R Esources, For The, For The and F Uture and F Uture. Co-Benefits of Climate Change Mitigation Policies Literature Review and New Results There are local air pollution benefits from pursuing greenhouse gases emissions mitigation policies, which lower the net costs of emission reductions and thereby may strengthen the incentives to participate in a global climate change mitigation by: More specifically, the benefits of mitigation are presented in this paper as the discounted difference of climate change damages in the reference and mitigation scenario as share of the present value of GDP, over the time period – 6.
The efficiency of potential climate change mitigation is predicated on future costs and benefits and thus heavily influenced by the discount scheme. Dual discounting involves discounting carbon and monetary values differently; stand level modeling efforts show that it improves the profitability of afforestation projects.
A national government with high net benefits of climate change mitigation and high ability to affect the global emissions (the southeast cell) should exhibit the highest commitment level. A national government with low net positive benefits of global cooperation and low ability to affect the global.
in adapting to the effects of climate change. This book outlines the impact of climate change in four developing country regions: Africa, Asia, Latin America and small island developing States; the vulnerability of these regions to future climate change; current adaptation plans, strategies and actions; and future adaptation options and needs.
proper response to climate change will turn, in significant part, on resolution of this debate. In this Essay, we explore the issue of discounting in the context of climate change.
The central problem is that if the world cuts emissions immediately, the beneficiaries of its action will be people living decades from now, not people liv-ing today.
This article is about the economics of climate change tion of climate change involves actions that are designed to limit the amount of long-term global warming. Mitigation may be achieved through the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions or through the enhancement of sinks that absorb GHGs, for example forests.
The UN report also found: In some forest projects to mitigate climate change, co-benefits represent between 53 to 92 per cent of total benefits. Co-benefits of climate change mitigation as defined in the 4th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change are the positive benefits related to the reduction of greenhouse gases.
Examples of such climate mitigation policies include improved energy efficiency of plants, renewable energy uptake and fuel switching which might enable a range of co-benefits such. Definition and Dilemmas of Climate Change Mitigation. The definition of climate change mitigation is provided by the IPCC in its 4 th Assessment Reportwhich states any: “technological change and substitution that reduceresource inputs and emissions per unit of output.
Although several social, economic and technological policies would produce an emission reduction, with respect to. Such scenarios are used to project future climate change, to project the impacts of such change on society and the environment, and to project the costs and benefits of mitigation.
Introduction. Methane (CH 4) is a major anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG), second only to carbon dioxide (CO 2) in its impact on climate 4 has a high global warming potential that is twenty-five times as large as that of CO 2 on a year time horizon according to the IPCC report (IPCC a).
Thus, CH 4 contributes significantly to anthropogenic radiative forcing, although it. “The handbook of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation is an impressive selection of contributions spanning a broad spectrum of climate change related topics that integrate scientific, socio-economic and technological perspectives.” (Stephanie Hänsel, Environmental Earth Sciences, Vol.
77, ). Recent months have seen a lively policy debate surrounding the optimal response to climate change. One important question at the forefront of this debate involves trading off the cost of mitigating greenhouse gas emissions versus the expected long-term benefits of doing so.
Thurston, G. & M. Bell () The Human Health Co-benefits of Air Quality Improvements Associated with Climate Change Mitigation, in Global Climate Change and Public Health, Respiratory Medicine 7 (Kent E.
Pinkerton, William N. Rom eds.). The dual benefits of mitigation — a more stable climate and lower oil prices — will benefit most middle-income countries and help to ease the transition to a low emissions economy over the.
And what’s good for dealing with the impacts of Covid is also good for addressing the impacts of climate change. Work on climate mitigation. 1. Introduction. Global climate change is the central environmental concern of our time: “Continued emission of greenhouse gases will cause further warming and long-lasting changes in all components of the climate system, increasing the likelihood of severe, pervasive and irreversible impacts for people and ecosystems” (IPCC,p.
56).Global climate change is a particularly difficult.Uniquely focuses on mitigation of climate change impacts from a technical perspective; Addresses all aspects of energy (fossil, alternative, renewable, solar, or biofuel) in the context of mitigation of atmospheric carbon and resultant climate change see more benefits.
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