Table of contents for The economics of climate change : the Stern review / [study conducted by] Nicholas Stern.

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Preface  ix
Acknowledgements   xi
Introduction  xiii
Introduction                                        I
1    The Science of Climate Change Scale of the
Environment Challenge
2    Economics, Ethics and Climate Change               25
2A   Ethical Frameworks and Interremporal Equity        46
ntroduction                                        63
3    How Climate Change will Affect People Around the World  65
"4  Implications of Climate Change for Development      04
5     osts of Climate Change in Developed Countries    138
6    Economic Modelling of Cliate-Change Impacts       161
Introduction                                      191
7    Projecting the Growth of Greenhouse-Gas Emissions  193
7A   Climate Change and the Environmental Kuznets Curve  216
8    Ihe Challenge of Stabilisation                    218
9    Identifying the Costs of Mitigation               238
10   Macroeconomic Models of Costs                     267
11   Structural Change anid Competitiveness            282
I1A  Key Statistics for 123 UK Production Sectors      297
12   Opportunities and Wider Benefits from Climate Policies  302
13   Towards a Goal for Climate-Change Policy          318
Introduction                                      349
14   Harnessing Markets for Mitigation - The Role of
Taxation and Trading                              351
15   Carbon Pricing and Emissions Markets in Practice  3
16  Accelerating Technological Innovation             393
1.7  Beyond Carbon Markets and echnology              427
Introduction                                     455
18   Understanding the Economics of Adaptation        457
19   Adaptation in the Developed World                4
20   Adaptation in the Developing World               486
Introduction                                     507
21   Framework for Understanding International Collective
Action for Climate Change                        5
22   Creating a Global Price fo Carbon                530
23   Supporting the Transition to a Low-Carbon Global
Economy                                          55
24   Promoting Effectiv International Technology
Co-operation                                     581
25   Reversing Emissions from Land Use Change         6
26  International Support for Adaptation              622
27   Conclusions: Building and Sustaining International
Co -peration on Climate Change                   6

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Environmental policy Great Britain, Climatic changes Economic aspects, Climatic changes Government policy Great Britain