1 edition of Methods for the economic evaluation of greenhouse gas mitigation options found in the catalog.
Methods for the economic evaluation of greenhouse gas mitigation options
|Statement||guest editors: J. Sathaye and J. Christensen.|
|Series||Energy policy -- vol.22 (11)|
|Contributions||Sathaye, Jayant., Christensen, John.|
The control of greenhouse gas emissions continues to be a major global problem. It is interdisciplinary, both in substance and approach, and covers technical, political and economic issues involving governments, industry and the scientific community. The proceedings contain papers presented at the 5th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT-5) held in August. Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Data for Climate Change Economic Analysis* by Steven K. Rose U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, USA Huey-Lin Lee National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba, Japan GTAP Working Paper No. 43 *Chapter 5 of the forthcoming book Economic Analysis of Land Use in Global Climate.
estimated that between and , the livestock sector was responsible for greenhouse gas emissions of – GtCO 2 e yr –1. Livestock accounts for up to half of the technical mitigation potential of the agriculture, forestry and land-use sectors, through. Downloadable! Governments worldwide and in the U.S. are enacting a variety of measures to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) from various economic sectors. Tools to prioritize these measures are generally lacking in analytical rigor. On the other hand, the research literature continues to proliferate with assessments of energy efficiency and GHG mitigation options that can be adapted to.
ture in Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions, EB, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, September Recommended citation. format for this publication: ECONOMIC BRIEF. The Role of Agriculture in Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 2. Climate Change Policies Can Provide Roles for. This Review article looks at options for mitigating greenhouse gas emissions from the livestock sector, including technical and management interventions, sustainable intensification of .
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Methods for the economic evaluation of greenhouse gas mitigation options. Dr J Sathaye, Dr J Christensen. Vol Is Pages (November ) Download full issue. Previous vol/issue.
Next vol/issue. Actions for selected articles. Select all /. The guidelines delineate a step-wise methodology for evaluating greenhouse gas mitigation options for the energy and non-energy sectors and describe the applications of common analytical tools.
The U.S. Country Studies Program uses these guidelines in conjunction with intensive training workshops and follow up technical assistance during the lifetime of each country's by: This book provides standards and guidelines for quantifying greenhouse gas emissions and removals in smallholder agricultural systems and comparing options for climate change mitigation based on emission reductions and livelihood trade-offs.
Globally, agriculture is directly responsible for about. This book describes guidelines prepared by the U.S. Country Studies Program for the evaluation of options to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. The U.S. Country Studies Program developed these guidelines in collaboration with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to.
The guidelines delineate a step-wise methodology for evaluating greenhouse gas mitigation options for the energy and non-energy sectors and describe the applications of common analytical tools. The U.S. Country Studies Program uses these guidelines in conjunction with intensive training workshops and follow up technical assistance during the lifetime of each country's : Springer Netherlands.
This book describes guidelines prepared by the U.S. Country Studies Program for the evaluation of options to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. Rating: (not yet scenarios --Cost curves for GHG abatement --Evaluating macro-economic implications of mitigation scenarios oclc\/\/a>> # Greenhouse gas mitigation.
In this book, the author team describe concepts and methods for measurement of greenhouse gas emissions and assessment of mitigation options in smallholder agricultural systems, developed as part of the SAMPLES project. • We are presenting a mitigation options database and tool (GMODT).
It is a comprehensive information source on GHG control options and the tool provides decision makers with the capability to develop a host of alternative scenarios by constructing a conceptual-based.
A review is given of methodological practices for ex ante cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA) of transport greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation measures, e.g.
fuel economy and CO 2 standards for road vehicles in the US and EU. Besides the fundamental differences between different types of policies and abatement options which inherently result in different CEA outcomes, differences in. The global technical mitigation potential from agriculture byconsidering all gases, is estimated to be approximately – Mt CO 2-eq.
yr −1, with cumulative economic potentials of –, – and – Mt CO 2-eq. yr −1 at carbon prices of up to 20, up to 50 and up to US$ t.
Co-benefits of greenhouse gas mitigation: a review and classification by type, mitigation sector, and geography To cite this article: Hong-Mei Deng et al Environ. Res. Lett. 12 View the article online for updates and enhancements. Related content Ancillary health effects of climate mitigation scenarios as drivers of policy.
Journal of Economic Perspectives—Vol Number 4—Fall —Pages 53–72 and instead have an array of greenhouse gas mitigation least expensive mitigation strategy among options available today, but what are the actions if, taken today, will minimize the cost of mitigation. In the mitigation context, IKI supports partner countries in the development and implementation of innovative instruments to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
The goal is a transformation towards a sustainable and low-emission economy and supply structure. MITIGATION METHODS – USER GUIDE An Inventory of Mitigation Methods and Guide to their Effects on Diffuse Water Pollution, Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Ammonia Emissions from Agriculture Article.
Brand new Book. This book describes guidelines prepared by the U.S. Country Studies Program for the evaluation of options to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. The U.S. Country Studies Program developed these guidelines in collaboration with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to provide developing countries and countries with economies in.
The mitigation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions can be approached in various ways: from the supply side, by using improvements in technologies and input uses; and from the changes in the demand for products, by influencing consumer behavior to achieve a more sustainable consumption pattern.
The book presents methods for assessing options to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, offset emissions, and assist humans and unmanaged systems of plants and animals to adjust to the consequences of global warming.
Sector-level economic modeling as a tool in evaluating greenhouse gas mitigation options Article (PDF Available) in Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section A –.
Greenhouse Gas Assessment and Mitigation in Agriculture: Concepts, Methods and Simulation Tools Methods for national GHG inventories and mitigation options analysis, including socio-economic assessment, will be presented.
Practical work based on real case studies in Mediterranean conditions will also be organized. The AGGP is a five-year federal initiative within the fiscal years of to The AGGP supports projects that develop greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation methods and technology and makes them available to Canadian farmers through beneficial management practices (BMPs).
Footnote 1. Purpose of the Evaluation. The Cost of Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Kenneth Gillingham Yale University and the NBER both at the National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge Massachusetts. Forthcoming, expensive mitigation strategy among options available today, but what are the actions if, taken.Many economic models exist to estimate the cost and effectiveness of different policies for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Some approaches incorporate rich technological detail, others emphasize the aggregate behavior of the economy and energy .Get this from a library!
Greenhouse gas mitigation assessment: a guidebook. [Jayant A Sathaye; Stephen Meyers] -- This is a comprehensive, detailed guidebook for assessing options that address the risks posed by climatic change induced by human activity. Drawing on the expertise of over 25 specialists, the book.