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new notable titles in energy and resource economics reversing climate change how carbon removals can resolve climate change and fix the economy by graciela chichilnisky columbia university usa peter bal millemont institute usa the kyoto protocol capped the emissions of the main emitters the industrialized countries one by one it also created an innovative financial mechanism the carbon market and its clean development mechanism cdm which allows developing nations to receive carbon credits when they reduce their emissions below their baselines the carbon market an economic system that created a price for carbon for the first time is now used in four continents is promoted by the world bank and is recommended even by leading oil and gas companies however one critical problem for the future of the kyoto protocol is the continuing impasse between the rich and the poor nations who should reduce emissions — the rich or the poor countries 200pp feb 2018 978-981-4719-34-6 us$98

new notable titles in energy and resource economics saving ourselves protecting the environment privately interviews with world leaders on the sustainable transition edited by jeffrey bennett australian national university australia edited by yacine belhaj-bouabdallah king’s college london uk “reading these interviews with the world’s top decision makers and experts on sustainable development and global warming will make you have your tail in the air urging action to save the planet.” professor rick van der ploeg professor of economics oxford university 300pp may 2017 978-981-3220-74-4 us$88 £73 978-981-3220-75-1pbk us$38 £32 how i saw it analysis and commentary on environmental finance 1999 – 2005 by richard l sandor environmental financial products llc usa university of chicago law school usa “… presents a living history of an important era of innovation he played a central role in jump starting the us acid rain market’s

new notable titles in energy and resource economics textbook bestseller economic analysis of environmental problems by gregory c chow princeton this book introduces the basic tools of dynamic optimization in economics to study environmental problems applies econometric methods to estimate and test the models derived by dynamic optimization and discusses environmental problems in a broad perspective including the design and implementation of environmental policies although the coverage is selective it represents what the author has to offer from his perspective and experience gained in research in dynamic optimization econometrics and policy analysis especially for china the volume is self-contained for readers with mathematical background of first-year graduate students in the analytical fields of science and engineering but only limited training in economics while an economics text presumes more knowledge of economics once the tools are mastered the reader can pursue his own

new notable titles in energy and resource economics world scientific series on the economics of climate change vol 1 bestseller the clean development mechanism cdm energy security and geopolitics in the arctic challenges and opportunities in the 21st century an early history of unanticipated outcomes this book sheds light on how global warming has caused the ongoing environmental disaster in the arctic namely its melting this development if left unabated will have a major negative environmental impact not only on the arctic itself but on the entire planet including the worsening of global warming and rising sea levels the melting of the arctic ice will also lead to the availability for at least a few months a year of a northern sea route and a northwest passage connecting europe to north america and the north-eastern part of asia the importance of these northern routes and the arctic mineral and energy resources is contributing to a growing military presence of mainly the usa and