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Local climate governance in China : hybrid actors and market mechanisms / Miriam Schroder.

By: Schroder, Miriam.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HC79 .E5 S342 2012Series: International political economy series (Palgrave Macmillan (Firm)): Publication: Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012Description: xii, 229 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780230301610; 0230301614.Subject(s): Sustainable development -- China | Greenhouse gases -- Government policy -- China | Greenhouse gases -- Economic aspects -- China | Greenhouse gases -- Environmental aspects -- China | Climatic changes -- Government policy -- China | Environmental policy -- International cooperation
Contents:
Part I. The challenge -- Climate change as a new challenge to environmental governance in China -- Part II. The performance of CDM Centers as semi-public agencies -- The need for capacity development in the early CDM market -- The role of agencies in diffusing the CDM -- Case study on the performance of four CDM Centres -- Lessons Learned about the role of diffusion catalysts -- Part III. Implications of hybrid actors for environmental governance -- Blurring of public and private boundaries -- Conclusion: How to make hybrid actors accountable for public good provision.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-223) and index.

Part I. The challenge -- Climate change as a new challenge to environmental governance in China -- Part II. The performance of CDM Centers as semi-public agencies -- The need for capacity development in the early CDM market -- The role of agencies in diffusing the CDM -- Case study on the performance of four CDM Centres -- Lessons Learned about the role of diffusion catalysts -- Part III. Implications of hybrid actors for environmental governance -- Blurring of public and private boundaries -- Conclusion: How to make hybrid actors accountable for public good provision.

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