Environmental Markets: Equity and Efficiency

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Index
Abatement. See Emission abatement
Activities implemented jointly (AIJ), 220–223, 222n10, 223n12
African Development Bank, 197
AGBM. See Berlin Mandate (AGBM)
AIJ. See Activities implemented jointly (AIJ)
AIJ Uniform Reporting Framework, 222n10
Allocations: efficient allocations of users' rights, 208–216; grandfathered allocation for trading emissions from 2000–2050, 213; mixed allocation criterion for trading emission from 2000–2050, 215; Pareto efficiency in allocation of resources, 85–88, 9091, 111; population-based allocation for trading emissions 2000–2050, 214; quota allocations of tradable emissions, 29, 31
Anti-carbon coalition, 150n16
Antigua, 180n, 198n32
Anyl Agarwal, 137n4
Arrow, K. J., 22n5
Article 12, 233–241
Ashe, J., 180n, 198n32
Asian Development Bank, 197
Asian Tigers, 2, 200
Atkinson, A. B., 3, 191n21
Australia, 188
Baba, James, 180n
Bangalore, 200n36
Bangladesh, 188
Banks. See International Bank for Environmental Settlements (IBES); Regional banks; World Bank; and other specific banks
Barbados, 200
Barbuda, 180n, 198n32
Barker, T., 144
Baumol, W. J., 127, 164n13
Beaumais, O., 144
Berlin Conference of the Parties, 185186
Berlin Mandate (AGBM), 186, 228, 230
Biodiversity: destruction of, 5; and forests, 170; preservation of, 14, 22–23; securitization of, 199
Biosphere: and financial institution for managing environmental assets, 169; financing of, 172–174; and formal analysis of securitization and privatization of watershed, 175–179; investing in, 170–171; privatization of, 172, 175–179; securitizing of, 169–179
Black, D., 120n7
Bohm, P., 69, 139, 158n5
Bowen, H., 3, 119n6, 242, 245
Brazil, 173, 187, 194, 228–231, 229– 230n34.See also Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian Clean Development Fund, 229–231, 229–230n34
Bretton Woods institutions, 180, 182, 183, 188
British Petroleum, 169
Brokers, 33
BTU tax proposal, 19
Bubbles, 84n7, 250
Buenos Aires, 173, 182, 188
Burniaux, J.—M., 157n1
California, 196
Carbon dioxide: abatement treaty, 4042; as by-product of fossil fuels, 126127; and climate change, 1–2, 36, 46n1, 110, 126–127, 156; and emissions abatement, 7–8, 46–48, 68–80;

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