Cai, Yiyong; Lu, Yingying; Stegman, Alison; Newth, David
Pressure on developing economies to make quantifiable emissions reduction commitments has led to the introduction of intensity based emissions targets, where reductions in emissions are specified with reference to some measure of economic output. The Copenhagen commitments of China and India are two prominent examples. Intensity targets substantially increase the complexity of policy simulation and analysis, because a given emissions intensity target could be satisfied with a range of emissions...[Show more]
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