Note on Carbon Markets Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

The consequences of global climate change are far-reaching, covering changes in precipitation pattern of results for vector-borne diseases into new territory. Various data show, if climate change is not addressed in a timely manner, the business models will need to change dramatically. This paper discusses the various attempts by the government to use for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, resulting in either "match" or "voluntary" markets. The scheme of the Kyoto Protocol is subject of market regulation, measuring and reducing the carbon audit, the consequences for the firm in Kyoto-compliant nations. Voluntary markets to control their emissions through the purchase of verified emission reductions (VERs), which is significantly different from that of the market, in accordance with their own problems and advantages. The study of the carbon market is still in its infancy and fertility problems in terms of public perception, trust, price, cost of certification, scale and functionality. "Hide
by David J. Sharpe, Jesse Shantz, Angelique Xanthopoulos 20 pages. Publication Date: February 20, 2009. Prod. #: 909M04-PDF-ENG

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