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Metallindustrien i Norge: økonomi, sysselsetting og utslipp av klimagasser

Odd Godal (Policy Note;1998:02)

Framtidige krav til klimagassutslipp: Mulige langsiktige utslippsforpliktelser for Norge

Knut H. Alfsen (Policy Note;1998:01)

Tradeable quotas for greenhouse gases: An option also in favor of the environment?

Bjart Holtsmark, Cathrine Hagem (Policy Note;1997:04)

Rapport frå 8. Møte i Ad Hoc Group on the Berlin Mandate (AGBM), Bonn 22.-31. Oktober 1997

Asbjørn Torvanger (Policy Note;1997:03)

Framtidige krav til klimagassutslipp: Mulige langsiktige utslippsforpliktelser for Norge

Knut H. Alfsen (Policy Note;1998:01)

Tradeable quotas for greenhouse gases: An option also in favor of the environment?

Bjart Holtsmark, Cathrine Hagem (Policy Note;1997:04)

Metallindustrien i Norge: økonomi, sysselsetting og utslipp av klimagasser

Odd Godal (Policy Note;1998:02)

Rapport frå 8. Møte i Ad Hoc Group on the Berlin Mandate (AGBM), Bonn 22.-31. Oktober 1997

Asbjørn Torvanger (Policy Note;1997:03)

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and scientific consensus: How scientists come to say what they say about climate change

Knut H. Alfsen, Tora Skodvin (Policy Note;1998:03)

In its Second Assessment Report (SAR) from 1995 the IPCC concluded that «The balance of evidence, from changes in global mean surface air temperature and from changes in geographical, seasonal and vertical patterns of atmospheric temperature, suggests a discernible human influence on global clima...

The state of the Kyoto Protocol negotiations: After the fourth UNFCCC Conference of the Parties (COP4) in Buenos Aires 2-13 November 1998

Asbjørn Torvanger (Policy Note;1998:05)

The fourth Conference of the Parties (COP4) under the Climate Convention (UNFCCC) took place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from 2–13 November 1998. Summing up the conference, the main impression is that the climate process is moving ahead, but the speed is slower than many had anticipated and hoped....