Voluntary Carbon Markets: An International Business Guide to What They Are and How They Work

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DescriptionWritten product in a fast-paced journalistic style, this updated edition brings together all the important information on international voluntary carbon markets with the commentary of experts and leading business people. The book covers all aspects of voluntary carbon markets around the world: what they are, how they work and more critically, their activities will help slow down climate change. The new edition includes: updated information on the prices of credit v.. . More>>

Voluntary Carbon Markets: An International Business Guide to What They Are and How They Work

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5 Responses to “Voluntary Carbon Markets: An International Business Guide to What They Are and How They Work”

  • T. Levine says:

    A handbook finely worked voluntarily on emerging carbon markets. A perfect blend of information for both technical and non technical users.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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  • Daniel says:

    To read good book, on a voluntary carbon. It tells the driver market and the problems that are in competition in the voluntary market for carbon. Fill views and opinions of various actors in the previous chapter.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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  • Rolf Dobelli says:

    This book is dense and technical, but worth the time, each player with a serious interest in climate policy. Ricardo Bayon, Amanda Hawn and Katherine Hamilton do a good job explaining how carbon markets work and how they relate to other important markets, such as for renewable energy certificates (RECs) in the U.S. They provide a sample of opinions on the role and future of these markets. The authors openly express their point of view that climate change is a reality and the markets can help solve it. But at the same time, they are dispassionate, objective and fair, some in the presentation of different views. We recommend this book for managers who wish to do so in order to be socially responsible and for anyone interested in sustainable practices.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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  • W Boudville says:

    The most important thing in this book is of course the foreword by Al Gore. But whatever can not think Gore is a political view, is the largest part of the text, a sober look at what it means to have a voluntary market for carbon credits. Instead of responsible government. Much of the book is uncertain. Not really about global warming itself. The book will not discuss in the debate or really clear if global warming is real. And "more or less as a fact made. Rather, the book turns unsafe, may cause the types of voluntary trading markets. Voluntarily because the U.S. government is not their opinion about the federal requirements. Therefore, the biggest question mark, because a U.S. company engaged in the sale of such reasons? Open, and annoy some readers, it is primarily for public relations, at this point in time. The book gives several reasons why you can trade. How can a government edict to anticipate possible to minimize the pollution by these operations. Thus a future-oriented multi-national venture, perhaps a little use, participation in certain trades, and loudly touting their "green". The book does not come out and say, dass But a careful analysis suggests this view.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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  • Excellent primer on the development of international markets from the United States, and essential reading for considering entry.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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