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Climate, air pollution and energy in Hungary

Hans Martin Seip, Kristin Aunan, Gyula Bándi, Torleif Haugland, Janne Haaland Matlary, János Szlávik, Edith Tajthy, Tihamér Tajthy, Hans Asbjørn Aaheim (Report;1995:02)

Within five to ten years, Hungary will have to design an overall environmental policy. In the meantime, Hungarian decision makers have an opportunity to make preparations in order to meet domestic as well as global environmental challenges without having to pay too much. The report discusses the mai...

Fuel substitution in Amazonia: Feasibility study to investigate future options for Joint Implementation projects between Brazil and Norway

José Roberto Moreira, Francisco Corrêa, Sjur Kasa, Rolf Selrod, Asbjørn Torvanger (Report;1995:01)

The motives behind this study, financed by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is to increase our experience and knowledge of possible future Joint Implementation projects. The study demonstrates some opportunities for fuelswitching from diesel to biomass in the power generation sector in Bra...

Forventede klimaendringer og effekter i Norge med mulig betydning for kraftforsyningen

Linda Innbjør, Lisbet Jære (Report;2009:09)

Institutional Capacities for Climate Change Adaptation in India - A Pilot Study

Sunil Tankha, Trude Rauken (Report;2013:04)

Betydningen av CF4 og C2F6 som klimagasser

Ivar S. A. Isaksen (Policy Note;1991:01)

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC): Outline of an assessment

Knut H. Alfsen, Tora Skodvin (Policy Note;2010:01)

Elements for an Agreement on Climate and Energy Technology Development (ACT!)

Knut H. Alfsen, Gunnar S. Eskeland, Harald Dovland (Policy Note;2008:01)

An International Regulatory Framework for Risk Governance of Carbon Capture and Storage

Shalini Vajjhala, Jenny Gode, Asbjørn Torvanger (Policy Note;2007:01)

CO2 capture and storage (CCS) in geological structures and its possible risks have been topics of extensive study in recent years. In contrast, the legal and regulatory structures necessary to support widespread capture and long-term, secure storage have received far less attention. This essay seeks...

Electing Cropland Management as an Article 3.4 Activity under the Kyoto Protocol: Considerations for Norway

Kristin Rypdal, Daniel Rasse, Arne Grønland, S. Tomter (Policy Note;2006:01)

By the end of 2006, Norway will need to decide whether to seek credits for 3.4 activities under the Kyoto Protocol, of which Cropland Management is one option. Electing cropland management as an Article 3.4 activity requires consideration not only of benefits in terms of greenhouse gas mitigation, b...

The climate issue: Present state of knowledge

Ivar S. A. Isaksen (Policy Note;1992:04)