From Silos to Systems: Issues in Clean Energy and Climate Change

A report on the work of the REIL Network, 2008-2010

Leslie Parker and Rachel Maxwell, REIL; Bradford Gentry, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies;MartijnWilder and Richard Saines, Baker & McKenzie; James Cameron, Climate Change Capital, EDITORS

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Front Matter
01-Front-Matter-2.pdf
Title Page, Table of Contents, Dedication, Preface, Forward, Acknowledgments, Introduction
Henry Derwent
02-Derwent.pdf
The Flight from the Rational: Why Emissions Trading Fell from Grace and Why It Needs to be Restored
Richard L. Kauffman
03-Kauffman.pdf
Obstacles to Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
James Davey, Martin Devine, and Leslie Parker
04-Davey_Devine_Parker.pdf
The Road from Copenhagen: Next Steps in Climate and Energy Policy
Paul Savage, Robert R. Nordhaus, and Sean P. Jamieson
05-DC-Microgrids.pdf
DC Microgrids: Benefits and Barriers
Lisa Alejandro
06-Alejando-Renewable.pdf
Renewable Energy Services in the GATS
Richard M. Saines, Baker & McKenzie
07-REC-Investment-Decision-Paper.pdf
Impact of REC Harmonization on Renewable Investment Decisions
Paul Curnow
08-Report-on-Chinas-Energy.pdf
Report on China's Renewable Energy Law
Bradford Gentry
09-Gentry.pdf
Linking Energy Policy and Land Conservation in the U.S.
Debra Jacobson and Colin High
10-Jacobson-High.pdf
U.S. POLICY ACTION NECESSARY TO ENSURE ACCURATE ASSESSMENT OF THE AIR EMISSION REDUCTION BENEFITS OF INCREASED USE OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES
Richard L. Ottinger
11-Ottinger.pdf
Copenhagen Climate Conference Success or Failure?
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