• 14-December-2010

    French, Excel, 124kb

    Stratégies de croissance verte: cerner les questions (RTSD 26)

    Ce document vise à permettre d’examiner avec les participants si notre façon de penser et de décrire la croissance verte est utile et peut contribuer à montrer de façon convaincante qu’il y a des arguments solides en faveur de mesures pratiques.

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  • 2-February-2010

    English, PDF, 594kb

    Livestock and Climate Policy: Less Meat or Less Carbon? (RTSD 25)

    Leading figures in the international climate change community argue that reducing meat consumption would be a valuable contribution to efforts to control greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

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  • 29-October-2009

    English, Excel, 863kb

    Border Carbon Adjustment and Free Allowances: Responding to Competitiveness and Leakage Concerns (RTSD 23)

    Competitiveness and leakage concerns arise when countries implement policies and measures (PAMs) which other countries do not, or when PAMs differ between countries. This leads to different costs and risks to producers, leading to concerns that production of goods will relocate to other countries. Such concerns have been sufficient to dilute or even derail proposed environmental policies and measures in the past. This scenario applies

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  • 30-September-2009

    English, PDF, 649kb

    Comparing Climate Change Committments: Technical versus Political Judgement (RTSD 24)

    Ensuring comparable effort amongst countries‟ commitments to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is a key issue in the current negotiations towards a post-2012 agreement on climate change. However, defining a broadly acceptable basis for comparison is challenging. A sceptical or minimalist view might regard comparability as limited to judgments that are essentially political and subjective. A more ambitious view is that

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  • 5-August-2009

    English, Excel, 460kb

    Competitiveness, Leakage, and Border Adjustment: Climate Policy Distractions? (RTSD 23)

    The 23rd meeting of the Round Table on Sustainable Development on 22-23 July 2009 discussed competitiveness, leakage, and border adjustment.

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  • 5-August-2009

    English, Excel, 816kb

    Post-Kyoto Sectoral Agreements: a constructive or complicating way forward?(RTSD 22)

    The 22nd meeting of the Round Table on Sustainable Development on 12-13 March 2009 discussed post-Kyoto sectoral agreements.

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  • 12-September-2007

    English, Excel, 605kb

    Biofuels : Is the cure worse than the disease? (RTSD 20)

    The 20th meeting of the Round Table on Sustainable Development on 11-12 September 2007 considered the sustainable potential of biofuels and government policies to support them.

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  • 15-June-2006

    English, Excel, 708kb

    Do We Have the Right R&D Priorities and Programmes to Support the Energy Technologies of the Future? (RTSD 18)

    The 18th meeting of the Round Table on Sustainable Development on 14-15 June 2006 considered whether current R&D priorities and programmes are adequately focused and resourced to bring on-stream the energy technologies of the future.

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  • 2-June-2005

    English, Excel, 1,271kb

    Can Transnational Sectoral Agreements Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions? (RTSD 17)

    The 17th meeting of the Round Table on Sustainable Development in June 2005 considered the role sectoral strategies could play in reducing the future growth trajectory of greenhouse gas emissions.

    24-September-2004

    English, PDF, 5,841kb

    Mobility 2030 : Meeting the Challenges to Sustainability (RTSD 15)

    Challenges to move towards sustainable future mobility systems with a particular emphasis on road transportation.

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