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Verteilungseffekte im Klimaschutz-Prozeß

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Das von nahezu allen Ländern der Erde (bei der UNCED-Konferenz in Rio de Janeiro) akzeptierte Ziel des Klimaschutz-Prozesses lautet, ' ... die Stabilisierung der Treibhausgas-Konzentrationen in der Atmosphäre auf einem Niveau zu erreichen, auf dem eine gefährliche anthropogene Störung des Klimasystems verhindert wird. Ein solches Niveau sollte innerhalb eines Zeitraumes erreicht werden, der ausreicht, damit sich die Ökosysteme auf natürliche Weise an die Klimaänderungen anpassen können, die Nahrungsmittelerzeugung nicht bedroht wird und die wirtschaftliche Entwicklung auf nachhaltige Weise fortgeführt werden kann.' (Art. 2 des Rahmenübereinkommens der Vereinten Nationen über Klimaänderungen [Klimarahmenkonvention])1. Seit der Akzeptanz dieses Zieles sind mehr als drei Jahre vergangen, doch im Klimaschutz sind seitdem keine wesentlichen Fortschritte erzielt worden. Trotz überwiegend positiver Absichtserklärungen der beteiligten Länder blieb die 1. Konferenz der Unterzeichnerstaaten der Klimarahmenkonvention in Berlin im Frühjahr 1995 ohne greifbares Ergebnis. Im Gegenteil drängte sich der Eindruck auf, inzwischen gehe vielen Ländern das in Rio de Janeiro ausgehandelte Klimaschutz-Ziel zu weit.

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  • Schmidt, Holger, 1995. "Verteilungseffekte im Klimaschutz-Prozeß," Discussion Papers in Development Economics 18, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Institute for Development Economics.
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