Grace Lange on December 7th, 2009

How can you ensure sustainable development from CDM projects? I just sat in on a side-event on the EU and China’s perspective on CDM projects in China. One of the main issues identified, was that the CDM projects in China did not contribute enough to sustainable development. The CDM has two main objectives: the help […]

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ramosj on September 14th, 2009

Flexibility is the ability to bend without breaking. Some need this flexibility in order to be able to comply with regulations or standards. Others abuse of this flexibility, bending things to the point of breakage. The question that lies on the table is whether “flexible mechanisms” should be including in the next protocol.

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Andrea Dominguez on September 14th, 2009

Have we ever had the option of being inflexible? Given the present reality of emission goals and the announcement by certain countries that they will have difficulty reaching their emission reduction goals if at all (Japan and Canada), I think it is safe to say that flexibility mechanisms will be an necessary part of any […]

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