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Strategies to mitigate climate change in a sustainable development framework.

1994

436
CIENA

Strategies that mitigate climate change resulting from increasing concentration of greenhouse gas emissions while promoting sustainable and equitable development are needed to be taken rapidly and immediately by countries world-wide. Choice of strategies that are sensitive to regional and national needs is a major challenge because of diversities in responsability and obligations and developmental needs in the world. However, large number of tools and techniques available which can assist countries and regions to determine such strategies. They will need to be continuously adapted so as to overcome the numerous barriers and threats that remamin in implementing actions to mitigate for climate change. To ensure sustainable development for the vast majority in the world, local management of resouces is crucial.. ABSTRACT. INTRODUCTION. ENERGY AND GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE. SUSTAINABLE AND EQUITABLE DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK. DEVELOPMENT-ENERGY USE AND CARBON EMISSIONS. MITIGATION ANALYSIS NATIONAL ACTION. MITIGATION OPTIONS. POLICY AND POLICY INSTRUMENTS. CHALLENGES AND THREATS. CONCLUSIONS. REFERENCES.

Presenta tbls. y gráfs. Documento para presentarse en la conferencia internacional National Action to Mitigate Global Climate Change 7-9 June en Copenague

Ministerio de Ambiente y Energía. Secretaría de Planificación del Sub-Sector Energía - Centro de Información de Energía y Ambiente, CIENA

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