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|Lecture Summary=Lecture 18, Mandatory and Voluntary Carbon Markets in 2008, Justin E. Felt.  This is a description of market principles and the motivation of using a carbon market as an environmental policy tool.  Then there is a discussion of how the Kyoto Protocol was written and modified in negotiations in anticipation of a carbon markets.  The lecture ends with a summary of current carbon markets and discussion of the possible future of carbon markets.
  
Lecture 18, Mandatory and Voluntary Carbon Markets in 2008, Justin E. Felt.  This is a description of market principles and the motivation of using a carbon market as an environmental policy tool.  Then there is a discussion of how the Kyoto Protocol was written and modified in negotiations in anticipation of a carbon markets.  The lecture ends with a summary of current carbon markets and discussion of the possible future of carbon markets.
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|Lecture Link=[http://climateknowledge.org/figures/Rood_Climate_Change_AOSS480_Lec2008/AOSS_480_L18_felt_Carbon_Market_20080313.pdf PDF Lecture 18]
 
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|Lecture Outline=* Cap and Trade Explanation
[http://climateknowledge.org/figures/Rood_Climate_Change_AOSS480_Lec2008/AOSS_480_L18_felt_Carbon_Market_20080313.pdf PDF Lecture 18]
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'''''Lecture Outline'''''
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* Cap and Trade Explanation
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* Kyoto Protocol
 
* Kyoto Protocol
 
** Flexible Mechanisms
 
** Flexible Mechanisms
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* North American Carbon Market
 
* North American Carbon Market
 
* Criticisms
 
* Criticisms
 
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|Assigned Reading=[http://climateknowledge.org/figures/Rood_Climate_Change_AOSS480_Documents/Katoomba_Carbon_Markets_2007.pdf Ecosystem Marketplace: State of Voluntary Markets (2007)]
'''''Reading assigned:'''''
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[http://climateknowledge.org/figures/Rood_Climate_Change_AOSS480_Documents/Katoomba_Carbon_Markets_2007.pdf Ecosystem Marketplace: State of Voluntary Markets (2007)]
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[http://climateknowledge.org/figures/Rood_Climate_Change_AOSS480_Documents/World_Bank_StateandTrendsMarketUpdate_2007.pdf World Bank: Carbon Markets Trends and Update (2007)] Assigned Pages 3-7.
 
[http://climateknowledge.org/figures/Rood_Climate_Change_AOSS480_Documents/World_Bank_StateandTrendsMarketUpdate_2007.pdf World Bank: Carbon Markets Trends and Update (2007)] Assigned Pages 3-7.
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|Relevant Reading=[http://climateknowledge.org/figures/Rood_Climate_Change_AOSS480_Documents/Stavins_sulfur_market_JEconPersp_1998.pdf Stavins: Lessons Learned from the Sulfur Market]
  
'''''Additional Relevant Reading:'''''
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|Topics Covered=Economic Markets, Policy
 
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|Semester=W08
[http://climateknowledge.org/figures/Rood_Climate_Change_AOSS480_Documents/Stavins_sulfur_market_JEconPersp_1998.pdf Stavins: Lessons Learned from the Sulfur Market]
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|Readings=Assigned, Relevant
 
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    • Flexible Mechanisms
  • Trading Volumes and Prices
  • North American Carbon Market
  • Criticisms|===Lecture Outline===
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    • Flexible Mechanisms
  • Trading Volumes and Prices
  • North American Carbon Market
  • Criticisms|}}

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