Climate Publications

International Publications


Green Investment Schemes: First experiences and lessons learned
Working Paper, April 2010, Andreas Tuerk, Dorian Frieden, Maria Sharmina, Helmut Schreiber, Diana Ürge-Vorsatz

The EU and the Global Climate Regime
Thomas Spencer, Kristian Tangen, Anna Korppoo, February 2010


Linking emission trading systems - Prospects and issues for business
© UK Carbon Trust, Sep 2009
With the establishment of a global carbon market now a major policy goal worldwide, the 'Linking emission trading systems' report, examines the issues for business and the practicalities of its development. The report analyses the key barriers to linking both emerging and existing systems and presents a potential timeline for the creation of a global company-level carbon market. The findings should be of interest to businesses operating across multiple regions, to policy makers preparing for international negotiations or developing cap and trade systems and to those wanting to stay at the forefront of issues facing cap-and-trade systems.

Climate Policy and Industrial Competitiveness: Ten Insights from Europe on the EU Emissions Trading System
© The German Marshall Fund of the United States; August 2009
This report examines the experience of the European Union’s Emission Trading System (EU ETS) and suggests key lessons relevant to current U.S. debates, with associated recommendation.

The UK Low Carbon Transition Plan
National strategy for climate and energy
© HM Government


Climate Change: Financing Global Forests
© Earthscan, 2008
This report commissioned by the UK Prime Minister assesses the impact of global forest loss on climate change and explores the future role of forests in the international climate change framework, with particular emphasis on the role of international finance. It includes new modelling and analysis of the global economic impact of continued deforestation and provides a comprehensive assessment of the opportunity and capacity-building costs of addressing the problem. It shows that the benefits of halving deforestation could amount to $3.7 trillion over the long term. However, if the international community does not act, the global economic cost of climate change caused by deforestation could amount to $12 trillion.

A Global Contract on Climate Change
© PIK, 2008
Despite global and regional efforts to curb emissions, global emissions of greenhouse gases continue to rise, largely due to the unexpectedly high growth of fossil fuel use in emerging economies as well as the fact that emissions continue to increase in most industrialised countries. This trend underlines the need for global cooperative action on climate change, with a strong focus on fostering the decoupling of emission growth from economic development.

To Earmark or Not to Earmark? A far-reaching debate on the use of auction revenue from (EU) emissions trading
© Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, November 2008
Should revenue from auctioning of emission permits in the EU Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) be earmarked (‘hypothecated’) for funding climate change activities, par­ticularly in developing countries? This question currently exercises EU decision-makers, with the EU Commission and Parliament in favour, strongly opposed by some Member States.
This OIES Environment Paper by Benito Müller exposes the far-reaching consequences of this debate, and proposes a way forward to avoid a break-down of the current UN climate change negotiations.

Proposals for contributions of emering economies to the climate regime unter the UNFCCC post 2012
© German Federal Environment Agency, 2008
This report provides a detailed overview of the national circumstances, emission levels, mitigation potential and policies and measures, for the major emerging economies including Brazil, China, India, Mexico, South Africa and South Korea. The study explores options for mitigation activities in these countries and elements of international financial and non-financial support for realising these contributions.

Beyond Bali - Strategic Issues for the Post-2012 Climate Change Regime
© Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), 2008
This book features contributions that examine some of the most difficult and controversial questions that global climate change negotiators face on the way to a "Copenhagen Protocol" in 2009 and beyond. The different chapters explore the four principal elements of the Bali Action Plan – mitigation, adaptation, technology and financing from different countries, stakeholders or political perspectives. The overall aim is to further the task of finding a new global framework for avoiding dangerous climate change beyond 2012

Climate policy and carbon leakage. Impacts of the European Emissions Trading Scheme on Aluminium
© IEA, October 2008
This report explores the effects of the EU emissions trading scheme on the aluminium sector (i.e. competitiveness loss and carbon leakage). With its very high electricity intensity, primary aluminium stands out in the heavy industry picture: a sector whose emissions are not capped in the present EU ETS, European aluminium smelters still stand to lose profit margins and, possibly, market shares, as electricity prices increase following CO2 caps on generators’ emissions - the famous pass-through of CO2 prices into electricity prices. The analysis includes a method of quantification of this issue, based on two indicators: profit margins and trade flows.
As the EU is at the forefront of such policy, the paper provides policy messages to all countries on how trade exposed energy-intensive industries can be ‘moved’ by carbon constraint. This also is a contentious topic in Australia, Japan, New Zealand, and the US, where ambitious climate policies – including cap-and-trade systems – are currently debated.

Greenhouse gas emission trends and projections in Europe 2008
© EEA Report No 5/2008
This report presents an assessment of the current and projected progress of EU Member States, EU candidate countries and other EEA member countries towards their respective targets under the Kyoto Protocol and of progress towards the EU target for 2020. This is based on their past greenhouse gas emissions between 1990 and 2006, and the projected greenhouse gas emissions of these countries during the Kyoto commitment period 2008-2012 and for 2020, derived from data and related information they provided before 1 June 2008.

Global cost estimates of reducing carbon emissions through avoided deforestation
© Georg Kindermann, Michael Obersteiner, Brent Sohngen Jayant Sathaye, Kenneth Andrasko, Ewald Rametsteiner, Bernhard Schlamadinger, Sven Wunder, and Robert Beach
Tropical deforestation is estimated to cause about one-quarter of anthropogenic carbon emissions, loss of biodiversity, and other environmental services. United Nations Framework Convention for Climate Change talks are now considering mechanisms for avoiding
deforestation (AD), but the economic potential of AD has yet to be addressed. We use three economic models of global land use and management to analyze the potential contribution of AD activities to reduced greenhouse gas emissions. AD activities are found to be a competitive, low-cost abatement option.

International Adaptation Finance: The Need for an Innovative and Strategic Approach
© Benito Müller, for Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, EV 42, June 2008

Energy in the Western Balkans: The Path to Reform and Reconstruction
© IEA, 2008
This Energy Policy Survey is the first comprehensive review of energy policies and strategies in the Western Balkan region, and also covers important cross-cutting topics such as co-operation and energy trade, oil and gas transportation, and the links between energy and poverty. It identifies and assesses the reforms that are still needed to deliver efficient, modernised energy systems that can assist economic development, address energy poverty and reduce the environmental impacts of energy use.

Klimaschutz und Biodiversität: Synergien wirksamer nutzen
Positionspapier «Biodiversität und Klima» der Akademie der Naturwissenschaften Schweiz , Mai 2008

Zwischen Klimaschutz und der Erhaltung der Biodiversität gibt es in vielen Bereichen Synergien, die allerdings noch nicht gut genug genutzt werden. Das zeigt das jetzt erschienene Positionspapier «Biodiversität und Klima», welches das Forum Biodiversität und ProClim- der Akademie der Naturwissenschaften Schweiz (SCNAT) zusammen mit namhaften Expertinnen und Experten erarbeitet haben.

The European electricity sector and the EU ETS review
© Gullberg, Anne Therese, 2008 Working Paper 2008:01. CICERO, Oslo, Norway.

The European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) has been reviewed and evaluated, and this paper surveys the positions of electricity producers and consumers on the review of the EU ETS. More specifically, the paper examines the positions of electricity producers and consumers on cap-setting and allocation method and discusses to what extent the views of electricity producers and consumers reflected in the Commission’s proposal for changes in the Directive on emissions trading. The paper finds that the Commission’s proposal is not in line with the positions of the electricity producers. The electricity sector is the only sector – together with carbon capture and storage – where the principle of auctioning is applied from 2013. Nor did the electricity-producing sector succeed in getting an equal burden-sharing between the trading and non-trading sectors. The alliance of energy-intensive industries was far more successful as the Commission’s proposal opens for free quotas, alternatively a carbon equalisation system in the energy-intensive sector.

Klimawandel in Bayern. Auswirkungen und Anpassungsmaßnahmen
© Carl Beierkuhnlein, Thomas Foken

Eine unter Federführung Bayreuther Forscher vorgelegte Studie "Klimawandel in Bayern", an der Wissenschaftler mehrerer bayerischer Hochschulen und Forschungseinrichtungen mitwirkten, analysiert die Klimaentwicklung im Freistaat und wie Ökosysteme und wichtige Bereiche der Gesellschaft auf die Veränderungen reagieren werden. Zudem zeigt sie Anpassungsstrategien in verschiedenen Bereichen auf, legt Wissensdefizite offen und entwickelt Forschungsstrategien.

Der Klimawandel ist eine der größten Herausforderungen des 21. Jahrhunderts. Er wird sich unvermeidlich in vielen Gebieten auswirken; das Spektrum reicht von der menschlichen Gesundheit über die Nahrungsmittelproduktion, die Ökosysteme bis zur politischen Stabilität. Über die Bemühungen zur deutlichen Senkung klimaschädlicher Emissionen hinaus ist es notwendig, Maßnahmen zur Anpassung an die Auswirkungen des sich ändernden Klimas zu konzipieren. Durch präventives Handeln können die nachteiligen Folgen des Klimawandels eingegrenzt werden.

In der Studie "Klimawandel in Bayern" wird für den Freistaat Bayern aufgearbeitet und analysiert, wie sich das Klima entwickeln wird und wie Ökosysteme und wichtige Bereiche der Gesellschaft auf die Veränderungen reagieren werden. Eine Vielzahl von Experten verschiedenster Einrichtungen, Universitäten, Forschungszentren und Behörden haben dabei mitgewirkt. Ziel der Studie ist es, geeignete Maßnahmen zur Eingrenzung negativer Konsequenzen frühzeitig aufzuzeigen und aus dem heutigen Kenntnisstand heraus Konzepte zur Lenkung der Entwicklung abzuleiten. Darüber hinaus werden Wissensdefizite offen gelegt und Forschungsstrategien entwickelt.

Die Studie kann bestellt werden unter (25 EUR).

Corporate Governance and Climate Change: The Banking Sector
© CERES, January 2008
This report analyzes the corporate governance and strategic approaches of 40 of the world’s largest banks1 to the challenges and opportunities posed by climate change. With delegates of 190 nations meeting in Bali, Indonesia, in December 2007 to decide whether to extend or replace the 10-year old Kyoto Protocol after 2012, climate change has become not just a future political consideration, but also a key driver of how global business is being conducted today.


Klimaschutz in Deutschland: 40%-Senkung der CO2-Emissionen bis 2020 gegenüber 1990
© Umweltbundesamt, 2007

Klimaänderung in der Schweiz: Indikatoren zu Ursachen, Auswirkungen, Massnahmen
© Bundesamt für Umwelt, 2007

Climate change: the cost of inaction and the cost of adaptation
© EEA, 2007
This technical report reviews, analyses and discusses the methodological issues regarding cost of inaction and cost of adaptation to climate change modelling. We also analysed possible cost impacts of climate change in the European economic sectors.

Report on analysis of existing and potential investment and financial flows relevant to the development of an effective and appropriate international response to the climate change
© UNFCCC, August 2007

Klimaänderung und die Schweiz 2050 - Erwartete Auswirkungen auf Umwelt, Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft
© OcCC, 2007
Der vorliegende Bericht beschreibt mögliche Folgen und Verletzlichkeiten von Umwelt, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft in der Schweiz bis ins Jahr 2050, die bis zu diesem Zeitpunkt aufgrund der durch die Emission von Treibhausgasen verursachten Klimaänderung zu erwarten sind.
Für verschiedene Themenbereiche werden die erwarteten möglichen Folgen wie auch deren Wichtigkeit für Ökologie, Ökonomie und Gesellschaft sowie mögliche Massnahmen und Anpassungsstrategien diskutiert.

Towards a Global CO2 Market?
© PIK, 2007
International linking of emissions trading systems represents an important option for climate protection. The European Emissions Trading Scheme, center pillar of the EU climate strategy, could serve as a starting point for a global permit trading scheme. This is the finding of a report by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), that was commissioned by the German Federal Foreign Office and presented at a joint press.

Annual European Community greenhouse gas inventory 1990-2005 and inventory report 2007
© EEA, 2007
This report is the annual submission of the greenhouse gas inventory of the European Community to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. It presents greenhouse gas emissions between 1990 and 2005 by individual Member State and by economic sector. The report shows that between 2004 and 2005 emissions in the 15 pre-2004 Member States decreased by 35.2 million tonnes or 0.8% and total EU-27 emissions decreased by 0.7%. EU-15 emissions in 2005 were 2% below base year levels under the Kyoto Protocol and EU-27 emission were 7.9% below 1990 levels.

International Strategies to Address Competitiveness Concerns
© Working Paper, Climate Strategies, 6 July 2007
If countries and regions implement climate policy with significantly different CO2 price signals, then this might result in leakage and competitiveness distortions. The workshop discussed methodologies and empirical data to assess which sub-sectors could be affected and what strategies would be available post 2012 to address concerns in these sub-sectors.
The workshop build on the results of previous round tables on investment security, and on sectoral agreements and output based allocation to address competitiveness concerns. The role of export taxes and border adjustment as means to address leakage concerns was also discussed.

International Sectoral Agreements in a Post-2012 Climate Framework
© Pew Center on Global Change, 2007
This paper examines international sectoral agreements as an element of a post-2012 climate change framework. It is part of a Pew Center series expanding on key recommendations of the Center's Climate Dialogue at Pocantico.

Emissions of greenhouse gases in the transport sector are steadily increasing
© EEA, 2007
Improvements within energy efficiency of different means of transport and the introduction of renewable fuels are not sufficient to offset the growth of transport volumes. This tendency threatens both Europe's and individual EU Member State's progress towards their Kyoto targets. Therefore, additional policy initiatives and instruments are needed.

Shaping the Global Arena: Preparing the EU Emissions Trading Scheme for the post-2012 Period
© CEPS, March 2007
Having been underway for more than two years, the review of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) is entering a decisive phase with the European Commission’s recent announcement that it will table formal proposals in the second half of 2007. Based on an assessment of the EU ETS, this new CEPS Task Force Report tests the performance of four different design models (a cap-and-trade system based on free allocation, benchmarks, auctioning and a credit-and-baseline system) against 10 criteria under three headings: environmental effectiveness, economic efficiency and the contribution of the ETS to achieving long-term climate change policy objectives.

Klimaänderung und die Schweiz 2050
© ProClim, 2007
Der nun vorliegende Bericht beschreibt mögliche Folgen und Verletzlichkeiten von Umwelt, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft in der Schweiz bis ins Jahr 2050, die bis zu diesem Zeitpunkt aufgrund der durch die Emission von Treibhausgasen verursachten Klimaänderung zu erwarten sind.



Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change
October 2006

Read to Link Up? Implications of Design Differences for Linking Domestic Emissions Trading Schemes
© JET-SET Working Paper 01/06

New Renewables Global Status Report 2006
© REN21, July 2006
The Renewable Energy Policy Network (REN21) updated its Global Status Report showing trends in renewable investment and policies worldwide.

Report on the current state of National Research Programmes on Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in Europe
© Circle, 2006

Transport and environment: facing a dilemma
© EEA Report No 3/2006
This report represents a summary of 10 selected issues from the EEA's TERM (transport and environment reporting mechanism) set of transport and environment integration indicators.The objective is to indicate some of the main challenges to reducing the environmental impacts of transport, and to make suggestions for improving the environmental performance of the transport system as a whole. The report examines 10 key issues which need to be addressed in the coming years. These issues are derived from seven policy questions that form the backbone of TERM. As with previous TERM reports, this report evaluates the indicator trends in terms of progress towards existing objectives and targets. This is carried out using EU policy documents and various transport and environmental directives.

World Energy Outlook 2006
© IEA, 2006


IPCC Special Report on Carbon dioxide Capture and Storage
© IPCC, 2005

CO2 price dynamics. The implications of EU emissions trading for the price of electricity
© ECN, 2005


Observed Impacts of Global Climate Change in the U.S.
© Pew Center on Global Climate Change, November 2004.
This report assesses the scientific evidence compiled to date on the observed ecological effects of climate change in the United States and their consequences. It evaluates the strength of that evidence and the relationships between observed biological changes and human activities. Although many species and ecological systems of interest have yet to be studied (often due to inherent limitations of available data) and the attribution of ecological changes to a particular cause remains challenging, a number of robust findings emerge from this report.

Impacts of Europe's changing climate
© EEA, August 2004
The impacts of climate change on Europe's environment and society are shown in this report. Past trends in the climate, its current state and possible future changes are presented using 22 selected indicators. For almost all of these a clear trend exists and impacts are already being observed. The report highlights the need to develop strategies at European, national, regional and local level for adapting to climate change.

Economic and Environmental Effectiveness of a Technology-based Climate Protocol
© FEEM 2004, by Barbara Buchner and Carlo Carraro
The present stalemate in climate negotiations has led policy analysts and economists to explore the possible emergence of alternative climate regimes. This paper explores the idea of replacing international cooperation on greenhouse gas emission control with international cooperation on climate-related technological innovation and diffusion.

Cosmic Rays, Carbon Dioxide and Climate
Jan. 2004, © PIK, by Stefan Rahmstorf et. al.


Climate : Into the 21st century
2003 © WMO, compilation of insights by leading experts

Climate Change & The Financial Services Industry (Module 1 – Threats and Opportunities)
July 2003, © UNEP

Global problems, global science -Europe's contribution to global change research
May 2003, © ESF Scientific Forward Look on Earth System Science

Practical Issues Concerning Temporary Carbon Credits in the CDM
2003, © Michael Dutschke, Bernhard Schlamadinger, HWWA DISCUSSION PAPER 227

Welt im Wandel Energiewende zur Nachhaltigkeit
April. 2003, © WBGU

Tough justice for small nations: How strategic behaviour can influence the enforcement of the Kyoto Protocol


Building on the Kyoto Protocol: Options for Protecting the Climate
Oct. 2002, © World Ressource Institute
Experts from around the world explore options for strengthening the Kyoto Protocol and Climate Convention, including proposals to engage both developed and developing countries in protecting the climate.

Opportunities and risks of climate change
Dec. 2002, © Swiss Re
In this new publication Swiss Re discusses possible conclusions that can be drawn from climate change. The publication uses specific examples to illustrate that climate change does not only imply a potential increase in extreme levels, but above all a change in average, "normal" weather conditions. Its authors show that damage caused by small shifts in normal weather conditions can assume the proportions of natural catastrophes (© Pro Clim, 04.12.02)
This publication can be downloaded in English and German.

Climate Change & The Financial Services Industry (Module 1 – Threats and Opportunities)
July 2002, © UNEP
Prepared for the UNEP Finance Initiatives Climate Change Working Group by Innovest Strategic Value Advisors
Financial losses resulting from natural disasters seem to be doubling each decade and have reached $1 trillion over the last 15 years, but few financial companies are taking seriously the risks associated with the related problem of climate change.

Climate Change & the Financial Services Industry - Summary
July 2002, © UNEP


The climate regime from The Hague to Marrakech: Saving or sinking the Kyoto Protocol?
by Suraje Dessai, December 2001 Tyndall Centre Working Paper 12
This paper describes and analyses the development of the climate regime from the COP meetings at The Hague to Marrakech. It discusses the issues, Parties positions and the general outcome. Analysis of the events is performed by distilling the positive and negative aspects of the accords and using theories of international relations. The paper concludes with some thoughts on where the climate regime will likely head towards in the coming years.

Rejecting Kyoto - A study of proposed alternatives to the Kyoto Protocol
by Benito Müller, Axel Michaelowa, Christiaan Vrolijk, Climate Strategies 2001.

Keeping Kyoto - A study of approaches to maintaining the Kyoto Protocol on Climate Change
by Michael Grubb, Jean-Charles Hourcade, Sebastian Oberthur; Climate Strategies 2001.

IPCC Third Assessment Report: Climate Change 2001:

  • Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis
  • Climate Change 2001: Impacts, Adaptation & Vulnerability
  • Climate Change 2001: Mitigation
  • Climate Change 2001: Synthesis Report

IPCC Special Reports (html):

Climate impact of the Kyoto Protocol with and without the U.S.
by Cathrina Hagem and Bjart Holtsmark
CICERO June 2001

The Political and Economic Costs of a Fully Verifiable Kyoto Protocol
by Michael Obersteiner, Mathias Jonas and Sten Nilson,
IIASA, Interim Report IR-00-062,


Austrian Publications

Auswirkungen des Klimawandels auf die österreichische Wasserwirtschaft
© Lebensministerium, 2008
Obwohl Österreich im Vergleich mit anderen Regionen in Europa in Hinblick auf die Verfügbarkeit
von Wasser in einer sehr günstigen Lage ist, gilt es, die möglichen Veränderungen durch
den Klimawandel zu verfolgen und Vorkehrungen für eine nachhaltige Wasserbewirtschaftung in
gegenwärtigen und zukünftigen Maßnahmen zu treffen.
Die Beschreibung der komplexen Zusammenhänge des Klimas zeigt, wie wichtig es ist, langfristige
Messungen und Grundlagenforschung zu betreiben, um die klimabedingten Veränderungen und
ihre Auswirkungen auf die Wasserwirtschaft exakt erfassen und bewerten zu können.
Die vorliegende Zusammenstellung gibt einen Überblick über den gegenwärtigen Stand der Forschung zum Thema Auswirkungen des Klimawandels auf die Wasserwirtschaft in Österreich.

Auswirkungen des Klimawandels auf Wien unter besonderer Berücksichtigung von Klimaszenarien
© H. Kromp-Kolb, H. Formayer, L. Clementschitsch, 2008

Abschätzung der Auswirkungen von Hitze auf die Sterblichkeit in Oberösterreich
© Forschungsreihe: Auswirkungen des Klimawandels auf Oberösterreich, Band 3, 2007

ALP-IMP Multi-centennial climate variability in the Alps based on Instrumental data, Model simulations and Proxy data
© ZAMG, 2006

Endbericht StartClim2004: Analyse von Hitze und Trockenheit und deren Auswirkungen in Österreich
© StartClim, 2005

Endbericht "Startprojekt Klimaschutz"
© StartClim 2004

Modelling climate change-driven treeline shifts: relative effects of temperature increase, dispersal and invasibility
© Journal of Ecology 2004 (92), by Dullinger, St., Dirnböck, Th., Grabherr, G.

Climate Change and Agricultural Vulnerability
© IIASA 2002
Contribution to the World Summit on Sustainable Development, Johannesburg 2002

© Österreichische Kommunalkredit AG, 1999


Umweltbundesamt Publications

Kyoto-Fortschrittsbericht Österreich 1990–2005 (Datenstand 2007)
© Umweltbundesamt, 2007

Kyoto-Fortschrittsbericht Österreich 1990–2004 (Datenstand 2006)
© Umweltbundesamt, 2006

Austria´s Annual National Greenhouse Gas Inventory 1990-2003
© Umweltbundesamt, Jänner 2005
Die Gesamtmenge an Treibhausgasemissionen steigt im Jahr 2003 auf 91,6 Millionen Tonnen CO2 Äquivalente an. Dies entspricht einer Steigerung um 5,1 Millionen oder 5,9% gegenüber dem Vorjahr und einem Anstieg von 16,6% gegenüber dem Kyoto-Basisjahr 1990. Treibende Kraft gegenüber dem Vorjahr ist der Anstieg des wichtigsten Treibhausgases Kohlendioxid (CO2) in den Sektoren Energieversorgung um 2,7 Millionen Tonnen, Verkehr um 1,7 Millionen Tonnen und Kleinverbrauch um 1,0 Millionen Tonnen.

7. Umweltkontrollbericht
(mit Spezialkapitel über Treibhausgasemissionen und Klimawandel)
© Umweltbundesamt, 2004
Der siebente Umweltkontrollbericht (UKB) beschreibt den Umweltzustand in Österreich vom 1.1.2001 bis 31.12.2003. Gemäß § 3 Umweltkontrollgesetz hat der Umweltminister dem Nationalrat alle drei Jahre einen schriftlichen Bericht über die Wahrnehmung der Umweltkontrolle vorzulegen. Das Umweltbundesamt ist als Umweltschutzfachstelle des Bundes gemäß § 6 Umweltkontrollgesetz für die Erstellung des Umweltkontrollberichts zuständig.

Luftschadstoff-Trends in Österreich 1980-2002
© Umweltbundesamt, Mai 2004; 
Anderl M., Gager M., Gugele B. et al.

Kyoto-Fortschrittsbericht - Österreich 2004
© Umweltbundesamt, März 2004, 
Gugele B., Huttunen K., Ritter M.

Luftschadstoff-Trends in Österreich 1980-2001
© Umweltbundesamt, 2003

Kyoto-Fortschrittsbericht - Österreich 2003
© Umweltbundesamt, Feb. 2003; 
Gugele B., Huttunen K., Ritter M.

Bestandsaufnahme der Emissionen an Treibhausgasen in Österreich von 1990 bis 2001
© Umweltbundesamt, Dez. 2002
Anderl M., Hrabal A., Lichtblau G., et al.

Luftschadstofftrends in Österreich von 1980 bis 2000
© Umweltbundesamt, 2002

Umweltsituation in Österreich, 6. Umweltkontrollbericht
(incl. Globales Klima und Energie)
© Umweltbundesamt, 2001

Sensitivität des österreichischen Waldes unter Klimaänderungsszenarien
© Umweltbundesamt Monographien, Band 132, 2001.


ACCC Publications

Climate Change - Science and Policy
Dez. 2002, © Andrea Stocker und Andreas Türk

Designing Climate Policy - The Challenge of the Kyoto Protocol
Hanns Abele, Thomas C. Heller, Stefan Schleicher (eds.)
The Kyoto Protocol is an outstanding landmark on a long journey to fight climate change.
This volume is intended to facilitate identifying dead ends in the search for a global climate change.

Wirtschaftliche Innovation durch eine umweltorientierte Wirtschaftspolitik
Stefan P. Schleicher , Universität Graz
Die Transformation der österreichischen Umweltpolitik auf dem Weg von Zwentendorf bis Kyoto

Emissions Reduction Policies and Induced Technological Change:
Kurt Kratena, Stefan Schleicher
Microeconomic Evidence and Macroeconomic Impacts of the Austrian Kyoto Policy Package

Das Kyoto-Paket
Wirtschaftliche Innovation durch Klimaschutz

Das Toronto-Technologieprogramm
Technologieprogramm zur Erreichung des Toronto-Emissionsziels für CO2 in Österreich und die vergleichbaren EU-Strategien

Stellungnahme des ACCC zum Zweiten Bericht des IPCC


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