The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) – (ab)used by Germany?

Deutsche CDM-Projekte und staatliche Steuerung der Projektnutzung – Nicola Jaeger, Berlin 2010.

This thesis offers a comprehensive and well-researched overview of the CDM and its current situation in Germany. Analysing current academic discussions, the author critically looks at market-based approaches to the climate crisis and international politics. Particular focus is on the qualitative and quantitative aspects of German CDM project activities.

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