Benito Mueller, Michael Grubb and Lucy Butler examine the past relationships between national carbon dioxide emissions and GDP in order to help inform the current debate regarding emission projections.
Andrei Illarionov, President Putin’s economic advisor, has been vocally advocating the view that ratification of the Kyoto Protocol by Russia would be inconsistent with the President’s plan to double GDP over the next ten years. This presentation shows that Mr Illarionov’s claims are based on a fundamentally flawed methodology.
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OIES paper on China’s growing gas import dependency: Given gas been playing a growing role in China’s plans to clea… https://t.co/GNQeFWpQT9
A new OIES comment on how rising US crude exports into Europe could impact the Brent pricing system and its key lay… https://t.co/0x9VpWAxjp
New Energy Forum on diversification in MENA: Diversification has progressed in the GCC, but it has contributed litt… https://t.co/BKVowf5Cbx