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Emissionsvermeidung oder Anpassung an den Klimawandel: Welche Zukunft hat die Klimapolitik?

  • Hubertus Bardt
  • Lars P. Feld
  • Kai A. Konrad
  • Marcel Thum
  • Wolfgang Buchholz
  • Dirk Rubbelke
  • Christian Hey
  • Karin Holm-Muller
  • Michael Weber

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  • Rudiger Pethig
  • Joachim Weimann
  • Timo Goeschl

Die gegenwärtige im Kyoto-Protokoll festgelegte Klimapolitik versucht vorrangig, dem Klimawandel mit einer Strategie der Emissionsverminderung zu begegnen. Die dort festgelegten Reduktionsziele für den CO2-Ausstoß sind für viele Länder nicht mehr zu realisieren. Und einige Länder, die zu den größten Emittenten gehören, vor allem die USA, haben sich dem Kyoto-Protokoll nicht angeschlossen. Sollte die Klimapolitik in Zukunft weniger auf Emissionsvermeidung und eher auf eine Anpassung an die Erderwärmung zielen?

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Volume (Year): 64 (2011)
Issue (Month): 05 (03)
Pages: 03-29

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