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《Advances in Climate Change Research》 2007-02
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The Stern Review and Its Possible Impacts on Post-Kyoto Climate Negotiations

Chen Ying, Pan Jiahua, Zhuang Guiyang (Research Center for Sustainable Development, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing 100732, China)  
The Stern Review published in October 2006 has gained wide responses at international level. In this paper, a preliminary assessment is conducted to summarize and analyze the international background of its preparation, the methodology and the key conclusions. Comments and opinions from a variety of reviewers, including government, academic institutions, industry and environmental NGOs are comprehensively reviewed to highlight the possible impacts of the Stern Review on post-Kyoto climate negotiations. In conclusion, it is argued that the emissions scenarios and market-based policy recipes provided in the Stern Review could not meet the development needs of developing countries, and their concerns on a series of important issues such as capital sources, technical transfer and adaptation are ignored.
【Fund】: 中国社会科学院重点项目“中国经济低碳发展的潜力和途径分析”资助
【CateGory Index】: P467
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