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WORKSHOP ON "GOOD PRACTICES" IN POLICIES AND MEASURES AMONG PARTIES INCLUDED IN ANNEX I TO THE CONVENTION
The Bojesen Centre at Axelborg, Copenhagen, Denmark
8-10 October 2001


Papers submitted

OPENING PLENARY SESSION

Welcoming addresses

Mr. Svend Auken, Minister for Environment and Energy/Denmark

Introduction on the objectives of the workshop and the results obtained in the previous workshop on "best practices " in policies and measures held in Copenhagen from 11 to 13 April 2000.
Ms Claire Parker, UNFCCC

(PDF) Policies and measures as a tool to achieve the objectives of the Convention and the Kyoto Protocol (25kB) 
Mr. Robert Swart, IPCC

Dealing with climate change: Policies and measures, past and future.
Mr. Jonathan Pershing, IEA


PLENARY SESSION ON CROSS-CUTTING ISSUES

Assessing the cost-effectiveness of domestic policies and policy packages in OECD countries.

Mr. Tom Jones, OECD

(PDF) Energy efficiency policies and measures: Lessons from implementation of selected measures in OECD and non-OECD countries. (364 kB)
Mr. François Moisan, France and the World Energy Council

(PDF) Efficiency and effectiveness of policy instruments: Concepts and practice. (69 kB)
Mr. Adriaan Perrels, Finland

(PDF) Brazilian efforts towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector and in energy intensive industries. (30 kB)
Mr. Haraldo Machado Filho, Brazil


PARALLEL SESSIONS ON NATIONAL PROGRAMMES, EVALUATION OF EFFECTIVENESS OF POLICIES AND MEASURES, AND POLICY INSTRUMENTS

Session A: NATIONAL PROGRAMMES AND EVALUATION OF EFFECTIVENESS OF POLICIES AND MEASURES

The German Climate Protection Programme: Methodological, institutional and international aspects.
Mr. Franz-Josef Schafhausen and Mr. Dirk Weinreich, Germany

(PDF) Greenhouse gas emission trend and reduction opportunities: The Costa Rican experience. (81 kB)
Mr. Paolo Manso, Costa Rica

(PDF) Canada's Action Plan 2000 on climate change - the Canadian context: National circumstances in the development and implementation of anada's climate change response. (107 kB)
Mr. Neil MacLeod, Canada

(PDF) "Good" practices in P&M to reduce energy related GHG emissions in Slovakia. (84 kB)
Ms Helena Princova, Slovakia

(PDF) Philippines action plan on climate change. (648 kB)
Ms Gerarda Asuncion D. Merilo, Philippines

(PDF) Effectiveness of policies and measures (45 kB)
Ms Merrilee Bonney, The Netherlands

(PDF) Effects on CO2 emissions in Sweden by policies and measures in the energy sector. (23 kB)
Mr. Hakan Skoldberg, Sweden

(PDF) Comprehensive review of Japanese energy policy. (249 kB)
Mr. Jun Arima, Japan


(PDF) The Egyptian national energy efficiency strategy: a sustainable path for economic development and mitigating the threat of climate change (640 kB)
Mr. Maher Aziz Bedrous, Egypt


Session B: POLICY INSTRUMENTS

(PDF) Capturing negative cost abatement opportunities: The role of government (51 kB)

Mr. Phil Harrington, IEA

(PDF) Private-public partnerships: Recent accomplishments of U.S. voluntary approaches to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases (40kB)
Mr. James Sullivan, U.S.

(PDF) Voluntary agreements in industry and services. (82 kB)
Mr. Andreas Moerikofer, Switzerland

(PDF)  Best practices in technology deployment policies. (94 kB) 
Mr. Hans Nilsson and Clas-Otto Wene, IEA

(PDF) CO2 reductions through market transformation programmes. (72 kB)
Peter Karbo, Denmark

Use of market-based instruments in Norway.
Mr. Peer Stiansen, Norway

(PDF) Market based instruments: Australian experience with trading renewable certificates. (282 kB)
Ms. Gwen Andrews, Australia

UK's emission trading scheme.
Ms Louise Whall, U.K.


PARALLEL SESSIONS BY SECTOR


Session A: "GOOD PRACTICES" IN POLICIES AND MEASURES TO ADDRESS GHG EMISSIONS FROM INDUSTRY AND END-USE EQUIPMENT

(PDF) Effective policies and measures in energy efficiency in end-use equipment and industrial processes. (92 kB)
Mr. Paolo Bertoldi, EC

(PDF) Emission reduction initiatives of the public sector in Japan. (14 kB)
Mr. Takeshi Sekiya, Japan

(PDF) The mitigation strategies in the industrial sector in Korea. (53 kB)
Mr. Jin-Gyu Oh, Republic of Korea

Cogerenration policy: an example for instrumental reality.
Mr. Franz-Josef Schafhausen, Germany

(PDF) Evolution of energy intensity and efficiency in Hungary in the last decade. (35 kB)
Mr. Laszlo Molnar, Hungary

GHG emission reduction from the industry.
Mr. Jose Alberto Garibaldi, Mexico

(PDF) T (26 kB) (PDF) he Danish Experience with efficiency improvement in industrial and commercial sectors. (26 kB)
Ms. Mette Dybkjaer Hansen, Denmark

Session B: "GOOD PRACTICES" IN POLICIES AND MEASURES TO ADDRESS GHG EMISSIONS
FROM TRANSPORT

(PDF) Promising policies and measures to reduce transport emissions. (61 kB)
Mr. Lewis Fulton, IEA

(PDF) Saving carbon by improving transportation and vice versa: The interaction of transport policy and CO2. (134 kB)
Lee Schipper, Consultant

(PDF) Implications of transport policies on local environment and greenhouse gas scenarios in Delhi (80 kB)
Mr. Ranjan Bose, India

(PDF) How to monitor the impact of CO2 emissions abatement policies on cars. (128 kB)
Mr. Didier Bosseboeuf, France

"Good" practices in policies and measures in the transportation sector of Denmark.
Mr. Sune Impgaard

The Austrian combined freight transport Programme (1999-2002).
Mr. Thomas Glockel, Austria

(PDF)
(32 kB) ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS ON "BEST PRACTICE" POLICIES AND MEASURES IN ANNEX I COUNTRIES WITH ECONOMIES IN TRANSITION

Discussion leader: (PDF) Ms. Nancy Kete, World Resource Institute (32 kB)
(Participants: Mr. Andrzej Kassenberg, Poland,(PDF) Ms Valia Peeva (273 kB) , Bulgaria, Mr. Oleg Plougnikov, Russian Federation, (PDF) Mr. Peter Helmer Steen (20 kB) , Denmark)


ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION ON WAYS TO MINIMIZE THE IMPACT OF RESPONSE MEASURES TAKEN BY ANNEX I COUNTRIES ON DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Discussion leader: Mr. Jonathan Pershing, IEA
(Participants: Mr. Al Sabban, Saudi Arabia, Pierre Gireaux, Canada, Mr. Knut Alfsen, Norway, Mr. Ewaryst Hille, Poland,
Mr. Greg Cook, ERAS)*


* The final list of participants is to be confirmed

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