Global Climate Change, The Kyoto Protocol & Successors

Global Climate Change, The Kyoto Protocol, and Successor Agreements

“How to Set Greenhouse Gas Emission Targets for All Countries,” 2021, Chapter 6 in Combatting Climate Change, edited by Beatrice Weder di Mauro (CEPR Pressk Centre for Economic Policy Research: London), pp. 43-48.

"A Pre-Lima Scorecard for Evaluating Which Countries Are Doing their Fair Share in Pledged Carbon Cuts," with Valentina Bosetti, Dec.2014.  Harvard Project on Climate Agreements Policy BriefVoxEUNov.2014.  Dataset underlying scorecard, Nov.2014.

Sustainable Cooperation in Global Climate Policy: Specific Formulas and Emission Targets,” with Valentina Bosetti; published in Climate Change Economics2014, vol.5, no.3, August.   Draft, July 2013Tables, Appendix 1. HKS RWP 12-012.  
Revised from "Sustainable Cooperation in Global Climate Policy: Specific Formulas and Emission Targets to Build on Copenhagen and Cancun,"  NBER WP 17669, 2011.  Harvard Project on Climate Agreements Discussion Paper No.46;and Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei Working Paper 66, Sept.2011.  
Background study for Human Development Report 2011: Sustaining Equitable Progress, United Nations Development Program. 

"Politically Feasible Emission Target Formulas to Attain 460 ppm CO2 Concentrations," with Valentina Bosetti; 2012,  Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, vol.6, no.1, winter: 86-109;   CID WP 224, 2011.  Harvard KS RWP 11-016.   Condensed from "Global Climate Policy Architecture and Political Feasibility:  Specific Formulas and Emission Targets to Attain 460PPM CO2 Concentrations," 2009: CMCC WP No.73; FEEM Working Paper 73;  NBER WP no. 15516; HPICA Disc.Paper 09-30.  

"An Elaborated Proposal for Global Climate Policy Architecture: Specific Formulas and Emission Targets for All Countries in All Decades,” Chapter 2 in Post-Kyoto International Climate Policyedited by Joe Aldy and Rob Stavins (Cambridge University Press), 2009, pp.31-87.  WP 08-08, for the Harvard Project on International Climate Agreements.  NBER WP 14876, April 2009, includes 450 ppm case. 

Possible Impacts of Global Climate Change Policy on Mexico and other Developing Countries in Coming Years,” memo to Mexican President Felipe Calderón, Jan. 2009. Chapter 2.2 of The Mexico Competitiveness Report 2009edited by Ricardo Hausmann, CID; and Emilio Lozoya Austin & Irene Mia, WEF (Geneva: World Economic Forum), 2009, pp. 49-55. .

“Formulas for Quantitative Emission Targets,” Chapter 2 in  Architectures for Agreement: Addressing Global Climate Change in the Post Kyoto World, edited by Joe Aldy and Robert Stavins, Cambridge University Press, 2007, p. 32-56.  Pre-published as KSG RWP07-011.     

"Designing a Regime of Emission Commitments for Developing Countries that is Cost-Effective and Equitable" with Joseph Aldy, for G20 Leaders and Climate Change, Council on Foreign Relations, September 20-21, 2004.

"You're Getting Warmer:  The Most Feasible Path for Addressing Global Climate Change Does Run Through Kyoto," in Trade and Environment: Theory and Policy in the Context of EU Enlargement and Transition Economies, edited John Maxwell and Rafael Reuveny (Edward Elgar Publishers, Ltd., UK), 2005; pp. 37-55.  Presented, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Milan, Italy, 2001.

"The Impact of a Revised Kyoto Protocol on Developing Countries," written August 2004, for Business and Economy, India.

"Greenhouse Gas Emissions," Policy Brief no. 52, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, June 1999.

"The Kyoto Treaty: Economic and Environmental Consequences," in Climate Change Policy: Practical Strategies to Promote Economic Growth and Environmental Quality (American Council for Capital Formation, Center for Policy Research, Washington, DC), 1999, 25-31. Comments for a forum at The National Press Club, Sept. 23, 1998

"What Kind of Research on Climate Change Economics Would Be of Greatest Use to Policy-makers?" in Economic Modeling of Climate Change , (OECD, Paris) November 1998.  Presented at Workshop on Climate Change and Economic Modeling: Background Analysis for the Kyoto Protocol, OECD Headquarters, Sept.1998. 

"Economic Analysis of the Kyoto Protocol,"  After Kyoto: Are There Rational Pathways to a Sustainable Global Energy System?,  1998 Aspen Energy Forum, Aspen, Colorado, July 6, 1998. Appendix: Tables and Charts of Effects on Energy Prices.