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    • Danish perspectives on transboundary environmental risks: An example from Copenhagen 

      Löfstedt, Ragnar E.; Ringius, Lasse (CICERO Working Paper;1994:10, Working paper, 1994)
      This article examines the perceptions of a randomly selected number of Copenhagen inhabitants towards different forms of transboundary environmental risks: the Barsebäck nuclear power plant in Sweden and more general East ...
    • A decentralized approach to model national and global food and land use systems 

      Mosnier, Aline; Javalera-Rincon, Valeria; Jones, Sarah K; Andrew, Robbie; Bai, Zhaohai; Baker, Justin; Basnet, Shyam; Boer, Rizaldi; Chavarro, John; Costa, Wanderson; Daloz, Anne Sophie; DeClerck, Fabrice A; Diaz, Maria; Douzal, Clara; Howe Fan, Andrew Chiah; Fetzer, Ingo; Frank, Federico; Gonzalez-Abraham, Charlotte E; Habiburrachman, A.H.F.; Immanuel, Gito; Harrison, Paula A; Imanirareba, Dative; Jha, Chandan; Jin, Xinpeng; Ghosh, Ranjan Kumar; Leach, Nicholas; Lehtonen, Heikki; Lotze-Campen, Hermann; Low, Wai Sern; Marcos-Martinez, Raymundo; McCord, Gordon Carlos; Molla, Kiflu Gedefe; Monjeau, Adrian; Navarro-Garcia, Javier; Neubauer, Rudolf; Obersteiner, Michael; Olguín, Marcela; Orduña-Cabrera, Fernando; Pena, Andres; Pérez-Guzmán, Katya; Potashnikov, Vladimir; Rämö, Janne; Ramos, Fernando M; Rasche, Livia; Gallardo, René Reyes; Schmidt-Traub, Guido; Selomane, Odirilwe; Singh, Vartika; Smith, Alison; Soterroni, Aline C; Sperling, Frank; Steinhauser, Jan; Stevanovic, Miodrag; Strokov, Anton; Thomson, Marcus; van Oort, Bob; Vittis, Yiorgos; Wade, Chris; Winarni, Nurul L; Woldeyes, Firew Bekele; Wu, Grace C; Zerriffi, Hisham (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      The achievement of several sustainable development goals and the Paris Climate Agreement depends on rapid progress towards sustainable food and land systems in all countries. We have built a flexible, collaborative modeling ...
    • Decentralized enforcement, sequential bargaining, and the Clean Development Mechanism 

      Hovi, Jon (CICERO Working Paper;2001:12, Working paper, 2001)
      While there is a vast literature both on international bargaining and on how international agreements can be enforced, very little work has been done on how bargaining and enforcement interact. An important exception is ...
    • Deciding Who does What and When: Four Essays on the Economics of Global Climate Change 

      Froyn, Camilla Bretteville (CICERO Report;2004:05, Research report, 2004)
    • Decision criteria under uncertainty and the climate problem 

      Froyn, Camilla Bretteville (CICERO Working Paper;1999:10, Working paper, 1999)
      This working paper examines some of the decision criteria suggested by theories on decision making under uncertainty. This is done by applying the criteria to the problem of global warming. It is shown that even if there ...
    • Decision-making frameworks for climate policy under uncertainty 

      Aaheim, H. Asbjørn; Froyn, Camilla Bretteville (CICERO Working Paper;2001:02, Working paper, 2001)
    • Delayed emergence of a global temperature response after emission mitigation 

      Samset, Bjørn Hallvard; Fuglestvedt, Jan S.; Lund, Marianne Tronstad (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      A major step towards achieving the goals of the Paris agreement would be a measurable change in the evolution of global warming in response to mitigation of anthropogenic emissions. The inertia and internal variability of ...
    • Deling av arbeid, arbeidsløshet og miljøproblemer - en drøfting av noen kortsiktige og langsiktige sammenhenger 

      Holtsmark, Bjart (CICERO Report;1996:07, Research report, 1996)
      The aim of the project is to discuss the links between technological development, unemployment, work sharing and some environmental issues. The discussion explores whether reduced working hours in general are likely to ...
    • Democratization and the issue of climate change in Brazil 1987-1994 

      Kasa, Sjur (CICERO Working Paper;1995:06, Working paper, 1995)
      The paper describes the development of Brazilian positions and policies related to the issue of climate change during the 1987–1994 period. The main focus of the paper is on the political conflicts connected to the most ...
    • Denmark's environmental aid to Central and Eastern Europe: Present and future 

      Ringius, Lasse; Holm, Jesper; Klemmensen, Børge (CICERO Working Paper;1995:03, Working paper, 1995)
      Soon after the political changes in Central and Eastern Europe in the late 1980s, Denmark took steps to protect the environment in these areas and later made a strong commitment to step up its environmental aid. But the ...
    • The deployment length of solar radiation modification: an interplay of mitigation, net-negative emissions and climate uncertainty 

      Baur, Susanne; Nauels, Alexander; Nicholls, Zebedee; Sanderson, Benjamin M.; Schleussner, Carl-Friedrich (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      A growing body of literature investigates the effects of solar radiation modification (SRM) on global and regional climates. Previous studies have focused on the potentials and the side effects of SRM, with little attention ...
    • Description of a 1.5°C scenario with chosen measures 

      Cappelen, Ådne; Glomsrød, Solveig; Lindholt, Lars; Rosendahl, Knut Einar; Wei, Taoyuan (CICERO Report;2022:08, Report, 2022-05)
      In the Paris Agreement, it was agreed to limit global warming to well below 2°C, and preferably to 1.5°C, compared to pre-industrial levels. At the follow-up meeting in Glasgow in 2021, the goal was strengthened to 1.5°C. ...
    • Developing B2B electric car sharing as a sustainable mode of work travels. A community-based affordances perspective 

      Julsrud, Tom Erik; Standal, Karina (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      A combination of business-to-business car sharing and electric cars—shared electric cars (SECs)—has the potential to significantly reduce emissions from local travels during work time in organisations. In this paper, we ...
    • Developing countries’ responsibilities for CO2 emissions in value chains are larger and growing faster than those of developed countries 

      Meng, Bo; Liu, Yu; Gao, Yuning; Li, Meng; Wang, Zhi; Xue, Jinjun; Andrew, Robbie; Feng, Kuishuang; Qi, Ye; Sun, Yongping; Sun, Huaping; Wang, Keying (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      Carbon emissions associated with international trade are significant. The emergence of complex global value chains (GVCs) in recent decades, in which a country can operate as both a consumer and producer simultaneously, ...
    • Developing strategies for climate change: The UNEP country studies on climate change impacts and adaptations assessment 

      Unknown author (CICERO Report;2000:02, Research report, 2000)
      This report summarizes four country studies that were undertaken as part of the UNEP "Country Case Studies on Climate Change Impacts and Adaptations Assessment." These studies, carried out in Antigua and Barbuda, Cameroon, ...
    • Differentiation, leaders and fairness: Negotiating climate commitments in the European Community 

      Ringius, Lasse (CICERO Report;1997:08, Research report, 1998)
      This report shows that it is possible to negotiate and reach asymmetrical environmental agreements that take into account significant national dissimilarities. The report argues that analytical models and intuitively ...
    • Direct and indirect global warming potentials of source gases 

      Fuglestvedt, Jan S.; Isaksen, Ivar S. A.; Wang, Wei-Chyung (CICERO Report;1994:01, Research report, 1994)
      Global Warming Potentials for emissions of CH4, CO and NOx that take into account indirect chemical effects have been estimated for five time horizons. The indirect effects of methane emissions that have been considered ...
    • Direkte og indirekte klimaeffekter av ozonnedbrytende stoffer 

      Fuglestvedt, Jan S.; Seip, Hans Martin (CICERO Policy Note;1999:07, Working paper, 1999)
      Viktige ozonnedbrytende stoffer som KFK-11 og KFK-12 er sterke drivhusgasser med direkte oppvarmingseffekt. Men fordi disse gassene bryter ned ozonlaget, har de også flere indirekte effekter som sannsynligvis virker ...
    • Dirty air offsets inequality 

      Lund, Marianne Tronstad (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Atmospheric aerosols have probably masked a significant portion of the greenhouse-gas-induced warming so far. Research now shows that this also may have masked some of the world’s increasing economic inequality.
    • Disaggregating the Electricity Sector in the GRACE Model. 

      Rive, Nathan; Mideksa, Torben Kenea (CICERO Report;2009:02, Research report, 2009)