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Liechtenstein's Greenhouse Gas Emissions from 1990 to 2015

News, Environment and Climate | June 9, 2017


What was the development regarding greenhouse gas emissions in Liechtenstein? Being a member state of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the Principality has committed to annually disclose the corresponding figures. The 'National Inventory Report' shows: In comparison to 1990, the annual greenhouse gas emissions in 2015 were reduced by 13 percent.

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Designing the new market mechanisms to protect the climate after 2020

News, Environment and Climate | April 6, 2017

As a contribution to the implementation of the Paris Agreement to protect the climate, an expert group has written several discussion papers on behalf of the German Environment Agency. They deal with key issues for discussion and drafting of international rules for Article 6. This article enables the use of international market mechanisms to fulfil the countries’ contribution to climate protection.

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International Baseline Rules Are a Precondition for Well-Functioning Carbon Markets

News, Environment and Climate, Economy, Development | March 20, 2017

Greenhouse gas emission reduction projects of different countries can only be assessed, compared and plausibly certified when applying international valuation standards. This is a precondition for well-functioning crediting mechanisms, by which effective projects are awarded with tradable certificates. This is one of the conclusions reached by INFRAS, in cooperation with other climate experts, in a report commissioned by the Swedish Energy Agency.

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