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The consequences of climate change are considerable, encompassing the results of changes in precipitation patterns in the spread of vector-borne diseases into new territory. Various data suggest that if climate change is not addressed in a timely manner, and business models will have to change radically. This paper addresses various attempts by governments have used to guide the reduction of emissions of greenhouse gases, resulting in any of the markets “compliance” or “voluntary”. An overview of the Kyoto Protocol presents issues of market regulation, the extent of reduction and carbon audit with implications for companies in the countries to meet Kyoto. Voluntary markets control their emissions by purchasing verified emission reductions (VERs), which is very different from that of a compliance market with its own challenges and benefits. carbon market research is still in its infancy and challenging in terms of public perception, confidence, pricing, the cost of certification, scale and functionality.
David J. Sharp
Date Posted: February 20, 2009. Prod #: 909M04-PDF-ENG
Carbon Markets Case Solution