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Climate governance and development [electronic resource] /
edited by Albrecht Ansohn and Boris Pleskovic.
imprint
Washington : World Bank, c2011.
description
vii, 157 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN
0821379941, 9780821379943
format(s)
Book
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imprint
Washington : World Bank, c2011.
isbn
0821379941
9780821379943
restrictions
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
general note
"This volume, Berlin Workshop Series 2010, contains a selection of papers presented at the 11th International Policy Workshop, held in Berlin, September 28-30, 2008. The workshop was jointly organized by Inwent--Capacity Building International, Germany, and the World Bank in preparation for the World Bank's World Development Report 2010"--P. 1.
catalogue key
10373563
 
Includes bibliographical references.
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Main Description
The Berlin Workshop Series 2010 presents selected papers from meetings held September 2830, 2008, at the eleventh annual forum co-hosted by InWEnt and the World Bank in preparation for the Bank's annual World Development Report. At the 2008 meetings, key researchers and policy makers from Europe, the United States, and developing countries met to explore the problems that climate governance poses for development, which are later examined in depth in the 'World Development Report 2010'.This volume presents papers from the Berlin workshop sessions on climate governance and development, covering climate change as a development priority; policies and technologies for energy and development; natural resource governance for adaptation, mitigation, and development; non-state actors and climate governance; financing adaptation and mitigation in an unequal world; and changing institutions of governance for climate change.IN THIS VOLUME:Introduction by Aehyung Kim and Boris Pleskovic; opening remarks by Carola Donner-Reich≤ keynote addresses by Rosina Bierbaum and Justin Yifu Lin; and papers by Richard J. T. Klein, Judith A. Layzer, Claudia Kemfert, Siri Eriksen, Kedziora and Zbigniew W. Kundzewicz, David Rogers, Charlotte Streck, John Scanlon and Clara Nobbe, and Hugh Compston and Ian Bailey.
Main Description
The Berlin Workshop Series 2010 presents selected papers from meetings held September 28 “30, 2008, at the eleventh annual forum co-hosted by InWEnt and the World Bank in preparation for the Bank "s annual World Development Report. At the 2008 meetings, key researchers and policy makers from Europe, the United States, and developing countries met to explore the problems that climate governance poses for development, which are later examined in depth in the 'World Development Report 2010'.This volume presents papers from the Berlin workshop sessions on climate governance and development, covering climate change as a development priority; policies and technologies for energy and development; natural resource governance for adaptation, mitigation, and development; non-state actors and climate governance; financing adaptation and mitigation in an unequal world; and changing institutions of governance for climate change.IN THIS VOLUME:Introduction by Aehyung Kim and Boris Pleskovic; opening remarks by Carola Donner-Reich≤ keynote addresses by Rosina Bierbaum and Justin Yifu Lin; and papers by Richard J. T. Klein, Judith A. Layzer, Claudia Kemfert, Siri Eriksen, Kedziora and Zbigniew W. Kundzewicz, David Rogers, Charlotte Streck, John Scanlon and Clara Nobbe, and Hugh Compston and Ian Bailey.
Main Description
The Berlin Workshop Series 2010 presents selected papers from meetings held September 2830, 2008, at the eleventh annual forum co-hosted by InWEnt And The World Bank in preparation For The Bank's annual World Development Report. At the 2008 meetings, key researchers and policy makers from Europe, The United States, and developing countries met to explore the problems that climate governance poses for development, which are later examined in depth in the World Development Report 2010.This volume presents papers from the Berlin workshop sessions on climate governance and development, covering climate change as a development priority; policies and technologies for energy and development; natural resource governance for adaptation, mitigation, and development; non-state actors and climate governance; financing adaptation and mitigation in an unequal world; and changing institutions of governance for climate change.
Table of Contents
About this Bookp. vii
Introductionp. 1
Opening Addressp. 9
Keynote Address
Climate Governance and Developmentp. 11
Keynote Address
Development and Climate Changep. 27
Climate Change as a Development Priority
Mainstreaming Climate Adaptation into Development: A Policy Dilemmap. 35
Energy and Development: Policies and Technologies
Urbanization and Sustainable Cities: The Role of Governance, Infrastructure, and Technologyp. 55
Promoting Research, Innovation, and Technology Transfers for Alternative Energy Sourcesp. 61
Natural Resource Governance for Adaptation, Mitigation, and Development
Governance for Sustainable Adaptation? Environmental Stressors, Natural Resources, and Human Securityp. 71
Impact of Climate and Land-Use Changes on Natural Resources in the Agricultural Landscapep. 85
Development, Non-State Actors, and Climate Governance: Private Sector and NGOs
Climate Change and the Threat to Developmentp. 107
Financing Adaptation and Mitigation in an Unequal World
The International Climate Architecture and Financial Flows for Adaptationp. 121
Changing Climate, Changing Institutions of Governance
Creating the Capacity for Decentralized, Self-Governing Adaptations to Climate Changep. 133
The Politics of Climate Policy in Developed Countriesp. 149
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