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FROM VOLUME 5, NUMBER 7, JULY 1992

REPORTS...
NATIONAL POLICIES, THEIR IMPACTS


Item #d92jul83

Climate Change Policy Initiatives: Update. A loose-leaf binder periodically updated through 1991 and 1992 giving the status and background of OECD energy-sector country commitments. Includes key comparative indicators. Contact Intl. Energy Agency (IEA), OECD, 2, rue André Pascal, 75775 Paris Cedex 16, France (tel: 45-24-9873; fax: 45-24-9459).


Item #d92jul84

Reducing U.S. CO2 Emissions: The Value of Flexibility in Timing, A.S. Manne, R.G. Richels, 22 pp., May 1992. Available from second author, Elec. Power Res. Inst., POB 10412, Palo Alto CA 94303.

Uses the Global 2100 model to examine the economic impact of the E.C. proposal for stabilizing emissions by the year 2000, then examines the effect of delaying the timetable by 10 or 20 years. Focusing on the year 2000 may give misleading indications regarding costs, as reductions will have to grow to maintain stabilization after that time.


Item #d92jul85

Energy Taxation and Environmental Policies in EFTA Countries, European Free Trade Assoc. (EFTA), Dec. 1991. EFTA Secretariat, 9-11, rue de Varembe, 1211 Geneva, Switz. (tel: +41-22-749-1111; fax: +41-22-740-1522). Examines various approaches to taxation.


Item #d92jul86

The Implications of Greenhouse Gas Emission Control Policies, G.R. Horton (Nat. Econ. Res. Associates) et al., Mar. 1992, no charge (annex available for £10). Environ. Protection Econ. Div., UK Dept. Environ., 43 Marsham St., London SW1P 3PY. A study completed for the U.K. Departments of Trade and Industry and of Environment.


Item #d92jul87

Emissions Permit Trading, M. Heggelund, 133 pp., 1991. Available from Canadian Energy Res. Inst., 3512 33rd St. NW, Calgary, Alberta T2L 2A6, Can. Examined the use of emissions permit trading as a policy tool to reduce atmospheric pollutants and its potential use for greenhouse emissions control in Canada.

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