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dc.publisherDepartment of Organic Food Quality and Food Culture at the University of Kassel, Germany and Federation of German Scientists (VDW)eng
dc.rightsUrheberrechtlich geschützt
dc.subjectCarbon Governanceeng
dc.subjectClean Development Mechanismeng
dc.titleIndia’s Carbon Governance: The Clean Development Mechanismeng
dcterms.abstractCarbon Governance systems – institutional arrangements in place for mitigating greenhouse gas emissions – are different in emerging countries. Indeed, carbon is the same everywhere but Carbon Governance isn’t: in Brazil, the financial community is actively interested in carbon trading, but Chinese banks have hardly any interest in it; and while the Chinese government takes an active interest in providing capacity to project developers, the Brazilian authorities see their role uniquely as guarantors of environmental integrity of emissions reductions projects. In the case of India, carbon governance offers specific features of patterns and interactions mostly because India strongly developed the Clean Development Mechanism and its market. This article proposes a study to the research and understanding of how exactly carbon governance works in the Indian case, knowing that India is the second largest host of CDM projects.eng
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dcterms.bibliographicCitationIn: Future of Food: Journal on Food, Agriculture and Society. Witzenhausen : University of Kassel, Department of Organic Food Quality and Food Culture. - Vol. 1, No. 1 (2013), S. 37-48
dcterms.creatorMoniz, Maria da Graça Canto

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