* 5 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (4) Media information (1) Topics Climate (2) Europe (2) Germany (2) International Trade (1) Publication Type Working Paper (2) Brief (1) Journal Article (1) Policy Article (1) Research Climate (2) Global Commons and Climate Policy (2) Business Cycles and Growth (1) Special Topics (1) Experts Sonja Peterson (4) Gabriel Felbermayr (2) Wilfried Rickels (2) Helen Lückge (1) Katrin Rehdanz (1) Richard S. J. Tol (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Tags: emissions trading Remove all filters Media Information How climate mitigation can succeed in Germany and Europe 08.07.2019 The Kiel Institute demands comprehensive climate policy reforms from Germany and Europe to get its greenhouse gas emission development on track with emission reductions required for achieving Paris Climate Agreement. The goal must be to extend the... Journal Article Unilateral Regulation of Bilateral Trade in Greenhouse Gas Emission Permits 01.09.2005 This paper considers the coordination of domestic markets for tradable emission permits where countries determine their own emission reduction targets, using a two-country model. Linking such schemes is beneficial to both countries but may cause the... Working Paper Efficient Abatement in Separated Carbon Markets: A Theoretical and Quantitative Analysis of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme 01.01.2006 The European Emissions Trading Scheme for CO2 established in 2005 is the world's largest emissions trading scheme. Since it covers only some sectors of the European economies it can nevertheless not ensure that the Kyoto targets are reached at... Working Paper The Role of CDM and JI for Fulfilling the European Kyoto Commitments 01.11.2004 To meet their Kyoto targets under the Burden Sharing Agreement, most European countries plan to make use of the flexible project mechanisms Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and Joint Implementation (JI). In addition, CDM and JI credits can be used... Policy Article Step by step towards a comprehensive European emissions trading system (in German) 16.09.2019 Kiel Policy Brief No. 127: German greenhouse gas emission reductions outside the European Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) are insufficient, although a variety of instruments are used and considerable funds are spent.