publication . Article . 2001

CDM and JI in View of the Sustainability Debate

Schoot Uiterkamp, A.J.M.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2001
Abstract
Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), Joint Implementation (JI) and emissions trading are the three flexible instruments incorporated in the Kyoto Protocol. This paper presents a critical assessment of the sustainability of energy-related technology innovation and transfer in the context of CDM and JI. The rebound effect is discussed by comparing intended and unintended project and process outcomes. Attention is given to the role of nations and key actors like multinationals in achieving sustainability goals of the protocol.
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