A major step in the evolution of our country reports, A Greenhouse Development Rights analysis of Denmark’s role in a climate constrained world, in the context of the EU’s proposed 2020 targets and approach to effort-sharing, was a major success. Its publication was noted in the Dagens Nyheter (the largest Swedish daily newspaper) and led to the Swedish Green Party’s lobbying of the government to support GDRs.
And here’s a nice picture.
The second edition of the Greenhouse Development Rights book is now available.
The second edition of the Greenhouse Development Rights book is quite similar to the first, which was published in November of 2007. However, it contains a number of important changes. Many are localized matters of precision and style. But others are more significant: