Note: For a PDF file that can be downloaded, please see "Environmental Regulation During the 1990s: A Retrospective Analysis," Harvard Environmental Law Review, above, in section titled, "Academic Journals.
Bashmakov, I, C Jepma, P Bohm, S Gupta, Erik Haites, T Heller, JP Montero, et al. “Policies, Measures, and Instruments.” In Climate Change 2001: Mitigation, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Third Assessment Report, Working Group III, Chapter 6. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001.ipcc_ar3_chapter_6.pdf
Review: "Robert N. Stavins has emerged as one of the most influential voices in environmental economics over the last decade and a half. These twenty-three essays on environmental economics and policy, written by Professor Stavins and his co-authors over the period 1988-1999, originally appeared in a diverse set of leading scholarly periodicals and are here collected for the first time." "Students, scholars, practitioners and policymakers will find this volume a valuable and very useful addition to their collection."–Jacket.
The possibility of encouraging the growth of forests as a means of sequestering carbon dioxide has received considerable attention, partly because of evidence that this can be a relatively inexpensive means of combating climate change. But how sensitive are such estimates to specific conditions? We examine the sensitivity of carbon sequestration costs to changes in critical factors, including the nature of management and deforestation regimes, silvicultural species, relative prices, and discount rates.