Working session, Autumn 2011 in Stuttgart
The working session of Autumn 2011 took place from October 14 to October 16, 2011 in Stuttgart. The theme of the meeting was CO2 trade and its effects on sustainable land use and small holder agriculture.
Below we enclose the papers presented during the meeting, and some further documents which might be of interest.
Presentations of the meeting
Introductory presentation by Felix Nickel: Hintergrund, EU-Emissionshandel, Klimaschutzprojekte
Presentation by Reinhard Pfeiffer: CO2 mitigation - AFOLU
Presentation by Marlis Kees: Carbon Markets for Improved Cooking Stoves
Further documents, referred to during out discussions:
- IIED briefing: billions at stake in climate finance: four key lessons
- University of East Anglia: Governing Clean Development: Bringing in the Politics
- Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation, critical currents: Carbon Trading - How it works and why it fails
- ASB policy brief: Hot spots of confusion: contested policies and competing carbon claims in the peatlands of Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
- 10 ways to game
- An article in GEO No. 12/10: Emissionshandel: Die Luftnummer
The website of Carbonwatch contains many interesting contributions and readers about carbon trade: http://www.carbontradewatch.org/
Also interesting are several comments and further articles published in taz on the debate about Yasuni, including a comment by Dirk Niebel:
- Dschungel statt Öl? Kommentar von DIRK NIEBEL
- Öl oder Leben - Kommentar von ALBERTO ACOSTA
- Das Gute Leben - Kommentar von GERHARD DILGER
About the same issue, there are further articles in taz:
If you have further documents which may be of interest please sent them to email@example.com .