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Current Trends in Science and Technology

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Climate Change: Ghgs, CO2s, Methane and Energy

Jan-Erik Lane
Fellow at the Public Policy Institute, Belgrade
Online First: August 13, 2017
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Abstract




The US has now formally defected from the common pool regime (CPR) that the Paris Treaty created 2015 through the UNFCCC: COP21. It remains to be seen whether other signatories will chose reneging, now or in the future, when the COP21 GOALS I, II, III are to me implemented through a gigantic energy transformation management, internationally, nationally and locally. The collective action difficulty in international governance project is to avoid free riding, which now the US enjoys. Only selective incentives can hold together this global CPR. The COP23 must now start clarifying the Super Fund and how the GOALS are to be promoted by real activities of decarbonisation.


 




Keyword : Decarbonisation, Asian Development Bank, climate change, methane, solar power, CO2 – temperature rise.

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