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Journal Article
P. Newell and MacKenzie, R., Whose rules rule? Development and the global governance of biotechnology, IDS Bulletin, vol. 35, 2004.
S. Dessai, Why did the Hague climate conference fail?, Environmental Politics, vol. 10, pp. 139-144, 2001.
S. Dietz and Stern, N., Why economic analysis supports strong action on climate change: A response to the Stern Review's critics, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, vol. 2, pp. 94-113, 2008.
J. Turnpenny, M, N., Russel, D., A, J., Hertin, J., and Nykvist, B., Why is integrating policy assessment so hard? A comparative analysis of the institutional capacities and constraints, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, vol. 51, pp. 759-775, 2008.
J. Barnett, Dessai, S., and Webber, M., Will OPEC lose from the Kyoto Protocol?, Energy Policy, vol. 32, pp. 2077-2088, 2003.
P. Agnolucci, Wind Electricity in Denmark: A Survey of Policies, Effectiveness and Factors Motivating Their Introduction Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, vol. 11, pp. 951-963, 2007.
P. Agnolucci, "Wind electricity in Denmark: A survey of policies, their effectiveness and factors motivating their introduction.", Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, vol. 11, pp. 951-963, 2007.
J. Fisher and Brown, K., Wind energy on the Isle of Lewis: implications for deliberative planning, Environment and Planning A, vol. 41, pp. 2516-2536, 2009.
P. Newell, A World Environment Organisation: The Wrong Solution to the Wrong Problem, The World Economy, vol. 25, 2002.
Other Working Paper
B. Wang, Can the CDM bring technology transfer to developing countries? An empirical study of technology transfer in China's CDM projects, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series No. 002. 2009.
N. Dathe, Climate change and the Clean Development Mechanism in Indonesia: An appraisal, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series No. 003. 2009.
T. Smith, Traut, M., Larkin, A., Anderson, K., McGlade, C., and Wrobel, P., CO2 targets, trajectories and trends for international shipping. Shipping in Changing Climates, London, 2015.PDF icon co2_targets_trajectories_and_trends_for_international_shipping.pdf (855.72 KB)
I. Bailey, Gouldson, A., and Newell, P., Ecological Modernisation and the Governance of Carbon: a Critical Analysis, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series No. 009 and Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy Working Paper Series No. 26. 2010.
A. Novikova, Korppoo, A., Ürge-Vorsatz, D., Sharmina, M., and Grubb, M., Effort Sharing: Assessing Equity Aspects of the European Commission’s Proposal and of Possible Alternatives. Climate Strategies, 2008.
D. G. Ockwell, Watson, J., Mallett, A., Haum, R., MacKerron, G., and Verbeken, A. M., “Enhancing Developing Country Access to Eco-Innovation: The Case of Technology Transfer and Climate Change in a Post-2012 Policy Framework. 2010.
R. Killick, Exploring the Measurement of Sustainable Development in the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series No. 19. 2012.
T. Colman, The governance of clean energy development: a case study of Botswana and its stakeholders, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series No. 006. 2010.
P. Newell, Jenner, N., and Baker, L., Governing clean development: A framework for analysis, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series No. 001. 2009.
S. Hoch, Governing Clean Development in Least Developed Countries: do CDM rules promote renewable energy in Ethiopia?, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series No. 18. 2012.
J. Phillips, Newell, P., and Purohit, P., Governing Clean Energy in India, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series No. 17. 2011.