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Climate change and clean energy in the 2030 Agenda: what role for the trade system?

Por: Das, Kasturi.
Colaborador(es): Bandyopadhyay, Kaushik Ranjan.
Editor: Geneva: ICTSD, 2016Descripción: viii; 29 p.ISSN: 1817 356X.Tema(s): Cambio Climático | Desarrollo Sostenible | Energía Limpia | Política Comercial | Subsidios | ODM | Combustibles | Transferencia de TecnologíaClasificación CDD: 050 Recursos en línea: Haga clic para acceso en línea
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1. Introducción. Climate change, clean energy, and the 2030 agenda: understanding the nexus. Trade in the context of SDGS, climate change, and clean energy. 2. Issues and policy challenges at the climate–clean energy–trade interface. Reforming fossil fuel subsidies. Creating room for subsidies to support scale-up of clean energy technologies. Facilitating access, dissemination, and transfer of climate-friendly technologies. Dealing with the political economy of local content requirements. Pricing carbon nationally while tackling international competitiveness and carbon leakage concerns. Designing carrots and sticks to provide incentives for more ambitious action under climate clubs. 3. Conclusion.
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1. Introducción. Climate change, clean energy, and the 2030 agenda: understanding the nexus. Trade in the context of SDGS, climate change, and clean energy. 2. Issues and policy challenges at the climate–clean energy–trade interface. Reforming fossil fuel subsidies. Creating room for subsidies to support scale-up of clean energy technologies. Facilitating access, dissemination, and transfer of climate-friendly technologies. Dealing with the political economy of local content requirements. Pricing carbon nationally while tackling international competitiveness and carbon leakage concerns. Designing carrots and sticks to provide incentives for more ambitious action under climate clubs. 3. Conclusion.

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