Climate Policy Assessment on Global and National Scales

Abstract : The term ‘climate policy’ covers both policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (called mitigation) and policies to adapt to climate change (adaptation). Current literature on climate policy assessment essentially consists of ex ante assessments of mitigation policies, using more or less sophisticated economic models. Adaptation studies, while still very much in the minority, are becoming more frequent. The growing number of climate policies being implemented in different countries throughout the world should lead to a proliferation of ex post assessments in the coming years.
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Franck Lecocq. Climate Policy Assessment on Global and National Scales . Emmanuel Torquebiau. Climate Change and Agriculture Worldwide, Springer, pp.301-310, 2016, 978-94-017-7460-4. ⟨10.1007/978-94-017-7462-8_23⟩. ⟨hal-01588244⟩

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