Further reading

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BOOKS

Agarwal, A. and S. Narain. Global warming in an unequal world: a case of environmental colonialism. New Delhi: Centre for Science and Environment, 1991.

Aldy, Joseph E. and Robert N. Stavins (eds.). Architectures for agreement: addressing global climate change in the post-Kyoto world. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

Dessler, Andrew E. and Edward A. Parson. The science and politics of global climate change: a guide to the debate. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Deutch, John and Ernest J. Moniz. The future of coal: options for a carbon-constrained world. Cambridge: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2007.

Esty, Daniel C. Global environmental governance, in Colin Bradford and Johannes F. Linn (eds.), Global governance reform: breaking the stalemate. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2007.

Flannery, Tim. The weather makers: how man is changing the climate and what it means for life on earth. NY: Atlantic Monthly Press, 2006.

Gore, Al. An inconvenient truth. NY: Rodale Press, 2006.

Green, Kenneth P., Steven R. Hayward and Kevin A. Hassett. Climate change: caps vs. taxes. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute, 2007.

Hajer, Maarten. The politics of environmental discourse: ecological modernization and the policy process. London: Oxford University Press, 1995.

Jackson, Robert. The earth remains forever: generations at a crossroads. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2002.

Junger, Sebastian. The perfect storm. NY: W.W. Norton, 1997.

Kanbur, Ravi, Michael Keen and S. van Wijnbergen. Industrial competitiveness, environmental regulation and direct foreign investment, in Ian Goldin and L. Alan Winters (eds.), The economics of sustainable development. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Larson, Erik. Isaac’s storm: a man, a time, and the deadliest hurricane in history. London: Vintage Books, 2000.

Lawson, Nigel. An appeal to reason: a cool look at global warming. UK: Duckworth, 2008.

Linden, Eugene. The winds of change: climate, weather and the destruction of civilizations. NY: Simon and Schuster, 2006.

Liotta, P.H. and Allan W. Shearer. Gaia’s revenge: climate change and humanity’s loss. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, 2007.

Lomborg, Bjorn. Cool it: the skeptical environmentalist’s guide to global warming. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2007.

Lovelock, James E. The revenge of Gaia: why the earth is fighting back and how we can still save humanity. London: Allen Lane, 2006.

Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF). Climate change negotiations: India’s submissions to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Delhi: Government of India, August 2009.

Moore, T.G. Global warming: a boon to humans and other animals. Stanford CA: Hoover Institution, Stanford University, 1995.

Morgenstern, Richard D. The case for greater flexibility in an international climate change agreement, in Joseph E. Aldy and Robert H. Stavins (eds.), Architectures for agreement: addressing global climate change in the post-Kyoto world. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

Nordhaus, W.D. Managing the global commons: the economics of climate change. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1994.

Nordhaus, William D. and Joseph Boyer. Warming the world: economic models of global warming. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2000.

Olivier, J.G.J. and J.J.M. Berdowski. Global emissions sources and sinks, in J. Berdowski, R. Guicherit and B.J. Heij (eds.), The climate system. Lisse, The Netherlands: A.A. Balkema Publishers/Swets & Zeitlinger Publishers, 2001.

Park, Jacob. Global climate change: policy challenges, policy responses, in Dennis Pirages and Ken Cousins (eds.), From resource scarcity to ecological security: exploring new limits to growth. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2005.

Paskal, Cleo. Global warring: how environmental, economic and political crises will redraw the world map. US, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.

Paterson, Matthew. Global warming and global politics. New York: Routledge, 1996.

Paterson, Matthew. Understanding global environmental politics: domination, accumulation, resistance. New York: Palgrave, 2001.

Pettenger, Mary E. (ed.). The social construction of climate change. Surrey: Ashgate, 2009.

Pirages, Dennis Clark and Theresa Manley DeGeest. Ecological security: an evolutionary perspective on globalization. Boulder: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2004.

Pollack, Henry N. Uncertain science, uncertain world. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003.

Princen, Thomas, Michael Maniates and Ken Conca (eds.). Confronting consumption. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2002.

Rayner, Steve and Elizabeth L. Malone (eds.). Human choice and climate change: Volume 1 – The societal framework. Columbus, Ohio: Battelle Press, 1998.

Schellnhuber, H.J. (ed.). Avoiding dangerous climate change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Scorcher, Hamilton, C. The dirty politics of climate change. Melbourne: Black Inc. Agenda, 2007.

Singer, S.F. and D. Avery. Unstoppable global warming – every 1,500 years. Lanham MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2008.

Stern, Nicholas. The economics of climate change. The Stern review. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

Toman, Michael A., Ujjayant Chakravorty and Shreekant Gupta (eds.). India and global climate change: perspectives on economics and policy from a developing country. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2003.

 

REPORTS/PAPERS

Agnolucci, P. Is it going to happen? Regulatory change and renewable electricity. Tyndall Centre working paper 101. Norwich, UK: 2007.

Bradford, David. Improving on Kyoto: greenhouse-gas control as the purchase of a global public good. Working Paper. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, 1982.

Doulton, H. and K. Brown. Ten years to prevent catastrophe? discourses of climate change and international development in the UK press. Norwich, UK: Tyndall Centre working paper 111, 2007.

Fuglestvedt, J.S. and T. Berntsen. A simple model for scenario studies of changes in global climate: version 1.0. Working paper 02. Oslo: CICERO, 1999.

Furman, Jason, Jason E. Bordoff, Manasi Deshpande and Pascal J. Noel. An economic strategy to address climate change and promote energy security. Strategy paper. The Hamilton Project. Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution, October 2007.

Goulder, Lawrence H. Induced technological change and climate policy. Arlington, Virginia: Pew Center on Global Climate Change, 2004.

Ingham, A., J. Ma and A. Ulph. Can adaptation and mitigation be complements? Norwich, UK: Tyndall Centre working paper 79, 2005.

Jacoby, Henry D. and A. Denny Ellerman. The safety valve and climate policy. Report no. 83. MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change. Cambridge: Massachusetts, 2002.

Jones, Benjamin, Michael Keen, John Norregaard and Jon Strand. Climate change: economic impact and policy responses. World Economic Outlook, appendix 1.1, 53-68. Washington, DC: IMF, October 2007.

Metcalf, Gilbert E. A proposal for a U.S. carbon tax swap: an equitable tax reform to address climate change. Washington: The Brookings Institution, 2007.

Meyer, A. Contraction and convergence: the global solution to climate change. Schumacher Briefings 5. Bristol, USA: Greenbooks for the Schumacher Society, 2000.

National Academies Press. Climate change science: an analysis of some key questions. Washington, DC: The National Research Council, 2001.

National Academies Press.Under the weather: climate, ecosystems, and infectious disease. Washington, DC: The National Research Council, 2001.

National Academies Press.Abrupt climate change: inevitable surprises. Washington, DC: The National Research Council and Ocean Studies Board, 2002.

National Academies Press.Understanding climate change feedbacks. Washington, DC: The National Research Council, 2003.

National Academies Press.Surface temperature reconstructions for the last 2,000 years. Washington, DC: The National Research Council, 2006.

Nyong, Anthony. Climate-related conflicts in West Africa. Environmental Change and Security Program Report no. 12. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Washington, DC: 2007: 36-42.

Olmstead, Sheila and Robert Stavins. An expanded three-part architecture for post-2012 international climate policy. Discussion Paper. Harvard Project on International Climate Agreements 29. Cambridge, MA: September 2009.

Pachauri, R.K. and A. Reisinger (eds.). Climate change 2007: synthesis report. Contribution of Working Groups I, II and III to the fourth assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Geneva: Switzerland: IPCC, 2007.

Paltsev, S., J. Reilly, H. Jacoby, R. Echaus, J. McFarland, M. Sarofim, M. Asadoorian and M. Babiker. The MIT emissions prediction and policy analysis (EPPA) model: version 4, report 125. MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change. Cambridge, MA: MIT, 2005.

Panagariya, A. Climate change and India: implications and policy options. India Policy Forum. Delhi and Washington: NCAER/Brookings, 2009.

Pew Center. Global warming: a divide on causes and solutions. Washington, DC: Pew Research Center for People and the Press, January 2007.

Pizer, William. Climate policy design under uncertainty. Discussion Paper 05-44. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future, 2005.

Prins, Gwyn and Steve Rayner. The wrong trousers: radically rethinking climate policy. Joint Discussion Paper. James Martin Institute, University of Oxford, and the MacKinder Centre, London School of Economics, 2007.

Purvis, Nigel and Joshua Busby. The security implications of climate change for the UN system. Report no. 10. Washington DC: Environmental Change and Security Program, 2004: 67-73.

Quiggin, J. The precautionary principle in environmental policy and the theory of choice under uncertainty. Risk and Sustainable Management. Group Working Paper. M05_3, 27/4/2005. University of Queensland, 2006.

Sinn, Hans-Werner. Public policies against global warming. CESifo working paper no. 2087. Munich: CESifo Group, 2007.

UNDP. Human development report 2007/2008: fighting climate change – human solidarity in a divided world. NY: United Nations Development Programme, 2007.

 

 

ARTICLES

Adger, W. Neil. Social capital, collective action and adaptation to climate change. ‘Economic Geography’ 79: 2003: 387-404.

Adger, W. Neil. Vulnerability. ‘Global Environmental Change’ 16: 2006: 268-81.

Barnett, Jon and W. Neil Adger. Climate change, human security and violent conflict. ‘Political Geography’ 26: 2007: 639-55.

Billett, S. Dividing climate change: global warming in the mass media. ‘Climatic Change’ (published online): Springer: 5 June 2009.

den Elzen, M.G.J. and M. Schaeffer. Responsibility for past and future global warming: uncertainties in attributing anthropogenic climate change. ‘Climatic Change’ 54: 2002: 29-73.

den Elzen, M.G.J., J. Fuglestvedt, N. Ho¨ hne, C. Trudinger, J. Lowe, B. Matthews, B. Romstad, C. de Campos, and N. Andronova. Analysing countries’ contribution to climate change: scientific uncertainties and methodological choices. ‘Environmental Science & Policy’ 8(6): 2005: 614-636.

Dessai, S., W. N. Adger, M. Hulme, J. Kohler, J. P. Turnpenny and R. Warren. Defining and experiencing dangerous climate change. ‘Climatic Change’ 64(1-2): 2004: 11-25.

Deudney, Daniel. The case against linking environmental degradation and national security. ‘Millennium Journal of International Studies’ 19(3): 1990: 461-76.

Dubash, Navroz K. Environmentalism in the age of climate change. ‘Seminar’ 601: September 2009: 63-66.

Dutt, Gautam and Fabian Gaioli. Negotiations and agreements on climate change at Bali. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ XLIII (3): 2008: 11-13.

Eakin, Hallie and Amy L. Luers. Assessing the vulnerability of social-environmental systems. ‘Annual Review of Environment and Resources’ 31: 2006: 365-94.

Easterbrook, G. Global warming: who loses and who wins? ‘The Atlantic Monthly’ 299: April 2007.

Ellerman, Denny and A. Barbara Buchner. The European Union emissions trading scheme: origins, allocation, and early results. ‘Review of Environmental Economics and Policy’ 1: 2007: 66-87.

Field, Barry C. Climate change policy after Kyoto: blueprint for a realistic approach. ‘American Journal of Agricultural Economics’ 86 (3): August 2004: 857-858.

Frankel, Jeffrey. Climate and trade: links between the Kyoto protocol and WTO. ‘Environment’ 47(7): September 2005: 8-19.

Grubb, Michael. Kyoto and the future of international climate change responses: from here to where? ‘International Review for Environmental Strategies’ 5(1): 2004.

Gundimeda, Haripriya. How ‘sustainable’ is the ‘sustainable development objective’ of CDM in developing countries like India? Forest policy and economics. ‘Economics of Sustainable Forest Management’ 6(3-4): June 2004: 329-343.

Gupta, Shreekant. Dithering on climate change. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 37 (51): December 2002: 5073-5076.

Haas, Peter M. Constructing environmental conflicts from resource scarcity. ‘Global Environmental Politics’ 2(1): 2002: 1-11.

Hansen, J.E. The threat to the planet. ‘The New York Review of Books’ 53: 13 July 2006.

Harris, Paul G. Collective action on climate change: the logic of regime failure. ‘Natural Resources Journal’ 47(1): Winter 2007: 195-224.

Hoffert, Martin I., et al. Advanced technology paths to global climate stability: energy for a greenhouse planet. ‘Science Magazine’ 298: November 2002.

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Jacobsson, S. and A. Johnson. The diffusion of renewable energy technology: an analytical framework and key issues for research. ‘Energy Policy 2000’ 28: 625-40.

Jaffe, Adam B., Richard G. Newell and Robert N. Stavins. A tale of two market failures: technology and environmental policy. ‘Ecological Economics’ 54: 2005: 164-174.

Kandlikar, Milind and Ambuj Sagar. Climate change research and analysis in India: an integrated assessment of a south-north divide. ‘Global Environmental Change’: 1999: 119-138.

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Keigwin, L.D. The little ice age and medieval warm period in the Sargasso sea. ‘Science’ 274: 1996: 1504-1508.

Kerr, R.A. Humans and nature duel over the next decade’s climate. ‘Science’ 317: 2007: 746-747.

Kerr, R.A. Warming Indian ocean: wringing moisture from the Sahel. ‘Science’ 10: October 2003.

Lohmann L. (ed.). Carbon trading: a critical conversation on climate change, privatisation and power. ‘Development Dialogue’ 48 (special issue): September 2006, Uppsala: Dag Hammarskjold Centre, with The Corner House, UK.

Lohmann L.Marketing and making carbon dumps: commodification, calculation and counterfactuals in climate change mitigation. ‘Science as Culture’ 14(3): 2005: 203-235.

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Matthews, H. Damon and Ken Caldeira. Stabilizing climate requires near-zero emissions. ‘Geophysical Research Letters’ 35: 2008: L04705.

McKibbin, Warwick J. and Peter J. Wilcoxen. The role of economics in climate change. ‘Journal of Economic Perspectives’ 16: 2002: 107-29.

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Michaelwa, A., K. Tangen and H. Hasselknippe. Issues and options for the post-2012 climate architecture: an overview. International Environmental Agreements. ‘Politics, Law and Economics’: 2005: 5-24.

Mirza, M. Monirul Qader. Climate change and extreme weather events: can developing countries adapt? ‘Climate Policy’ 3(3): September 2003: 233-248.

Nordås, Ragnhild and Nils Petter Gleditsch. Climate change and conflict. ‘Political Geography’ 26: 2007: 627-38.

Nordhaus, W. D. After Kyoto: alternative mechanism to control global warming. ‘American Economic Review’ 96 (2): May 2006: 31-34.

Olmstead, S. M. and R. N. Stavins. An international policy architecture for the post- Kyoto era. ‘American Economic Review’ 96(2): May 2006: 35-38.

Oreskes, N. Beyond the ivory tower: the scientific consensus on climate change. ‘Science’ 306: 2004: 1686-1686.

Ostrom, Elinor, James Walker and Roy Gardner. Covenants with and without a sword: self-governance is possible. ‘American Political Science Review’ 86(2): 1992: 404-417.

Paavola, Jouni and W. Neil Adger. Fair adaptation to climate change. ‘Ecological Economics’ 56: 2006: 594-609.

Parikh, Jyoti and Kirit Parikh. The Kyoto protocol: an Indian perspective (special feature). ‘International Review for Environmental Strategies’ 5 (1): 2004.

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Pindyck, Robert S. Uncertainty in environmental economics. ‘Review of Environmental Economics and Policy’ 1: 2002: 45-65.

Pizer, W. A. The evolution of a global climate change agreement. ‘The America Economic Review’ 96(2): May 2006: 26-30.

Pizer, W. A. Combining price and quantity control to mitigate global climate change. ‘Journal of Public Economics’ 85: 2002: 409-34.

Prins, Gwyn and Steve Rayner. Time to ditch Kyoto. ‘Nature’ 449(25): October 2007: 973-975.

Reilly, J., S. Paltsev, B. Felzer, et al. Global economic effects of changes in crops, pasture and forests due to changing climate, carbon dioxide, and ozone. ‘Energy Policy’ 35(11): 2007: 5370-5383.

Repetto, Robert. The clean development mechanism: institutional breakthrough or institutional nightmare? ‘Policy Science’ 34(3-4): December 2001: 303-327.

Ringius, L., A. Torvanger and A. Underdal. Burden sharing and fairness principles in international climate policy. ‘International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics’ 2: 2002: 1-22.

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Rosa, L.P. and S.K. Ribeiro. The present, past and future contributions to global warming of CO2 emissions from fuels. ‘Climatic Change’ 48: 2001: 289-308.

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Sathaye, Jayant and Amol Phadke. Cost of electric power sector carbon mitigation in India: International Implications. ‘Energy Policy’ 34: 2006: 1619-1629.

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Shukla, P.R. India’s GHG emission scenarios: aligning development and stabilization paths. ‘Current Science’ 90(3): February 2006: 384-395.

Spash, Clive L. Climate change: need for new economic thought. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 42(6): February 2007: 483-490.

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List of acronyms

AWHR:

Advanced Heavy Water Reactor

CADs:

Climate Accession Deals

CCGT:

Combined Cycle Gas Turbine

CDM:

Clean Development Mechanism

CERs:

Certified Emissions Reductions

DFC:

Dedicated Freight Corridor

EIA:

Energy Information Administration (US Gov.)

EUETS:

European Union Emissions Trading Scheme

GATT:

General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

GATTS:

General Agreement on Trade in Services

GEF:

Global Environment Facility

GHG:

Green House Gases

GW:

giga watt or 1000 mega watts

IPCC:

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

KP:

Kyoto Protocol

LDCF:

Least Developed Country Fund

LEED:

The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

LNG:

Liquified Natural Gas

LUC:

Land Use Change

LWR:

Light Water Reactor

NELP:

New Exploration Licensing Policy

NSSS:

Nuclear Steam Supply System

PFBR:

Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor

PHWR:

Pressurized Heavy Water Reactor

PLF:

Plant Load Factor

SCCF:

Special Climate Change Fund

TRIPS:

Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights

TW:

terra watts or 1000 giga watts

UNFCCC:

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

WTO:

World Trade Organization

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