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Item #d95oct74

The Feasibility of Joint Implementation, C.J. Jepma, Ed., 400 pp., 1995, $132.50 (Kluwer).

Developed from an international conference organized by Dutch government agencies. Covers the conceptual base of joint implementation, various pros and cons as perceived from Western, Southern and Eastern vantage points, the international policy debate, and the experience gained to date, based on many examples.

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Joint Implementation of Climate Change Commitments: Opportunities and Apprehensions, P. Ghosh, J. Puri, Eds., 1994, $65 (TERI).

Item #d95oct76

Joint Implementation to Curb Climate Change: Legal and Economic Aspects, O.J. Kuik, P. Peters, N. Schrijver, Eds., 1994, $84 (Kluwer).

Item #d95oct77

A Climate for Development: Climate Change Policy Options for Africa, H.W.O. Okoth-Ogendo, J.B. Ojwang, Eds., 264 pp., 1995 (SEI).

Documents the Climate and Africa Project, coordinated by the Stockholm Environment Institute with the African Centre for Technology Studies. Provides policy options and a sectoral analysis of greenhouse gas emissions and abatement options. Also discusses impacts, capacity building, technology transfer and adaptation, and financial and joint implementation mechanisms.

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