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Low Carbon Growth Country Studies--Getting Started : Experience from Six Countries

ABATEMENT COSTS ALLOCATION ALTERNATIVE ENERGY BINDING CONSTRAINT BUS CARBON CARBON CONTENT CARBON DIOXIDE CARBON ECONOMY CARBON EMISSIONS CARBON FINANCE CARBON INTENSITY CARBON MARKET CARBON MITIGATION CARBON MODELING CARBON POLICIES CARBON STOCKS CARBON TAXES CLEAN COAL CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM CLIMATE CLIMATE CHANGE CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUES CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION CLIMATE CHANGE POLICIES CLIMATE RESPONSE CO CO2 COAL COAL TECHNOLOGIES COGENERATION COMMERCIAL ENERGY CONSERVATION COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS COST OF TRANSPORT COSTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE DECISION MAKING DEFORESTATION DEFORESTATION RATES DEMAND-SIDE MANAGEMENT DISCOUNT RATE DISTRIBUTION LOSSES ECONOMIC BENEFITS ECONOMIC CIRCUMSTANCES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC IMPACT ECONOMIC MODEL EFFECTIVE STRATEGY ELECTRIC POWER ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY DEMAND ELECTRICITY SUPPLY EMISSION EMISSION LEVELS EMISSION PROFILE EMISSION REDUCTION EMISSION REDUCTION OPPORTUNITIES EMISSION REDUCTION POTENTIAL EMISSION REDUCTIONS EMISSION SCENARIOS EMISSION STANDARDS EMISSIONS EMISSIONS FROM DEFORESTATION EMISSIONS PROFILE EMISSIONS SCENARIO END-USE ENERGY DEMAND ENERGY EFFICIENCY ENERGY EFFICIENCY MEASURES ENERGY EFFICIENCY STANDARDS ENERGY INTENSITY ENERGY MARKET ENERGY MODELING ENERGY PLANNING ENERGY POLICY ENERGY SAVINGS ENERGY SERVICE ENERGY SERVICE COMPANY ENERGY USE ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT EQUILIBRIUM ETHANOL FEASIBILITY FINANCIAL CRISIS FINANCIAL FLOWS FINANCIAL INCENTIVE FINANCIAL MARKETS FINANCIAL POLICY FISCAL POLICIES FOREST DEGRADATION FORESTRY FORESTRY SECTOR FORESTS FOSSIL FUEL FOSSIL FUELS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE FUEL EFFICIENCY STANDARDS FUEL PRICES GAS SECTORS GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODEL GENERATION CAPACITY GHG GLOBAL EMISSION GREENHOUSE GREENHOUSE GAS GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS IMPACT ANALYSIS IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE INCOME INCOME DISTRIBUTION LAND USE LAND USE CHANGE LOW CARBON ECONOMY MARGINAL ABATEMENT MARGINAL ABATEMENT COST MITIGATION POTENTIAL NET COST OIL PASTURES PEAK DEMAND POLICY ENVIRONMENT POLICY INSTRUMENTS POLICY SCENARIOS POWER GENERATION POWER SECTOR PRIVATE TRANSPORT PUBLIC GOOD PUBLIC WORKS RAPID TRANSIT REDUCING EMISSIONS REFRIGERATION RELATIVE PRICES RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT RESPONSE TO CLIMATE CHANGE ROADS SMALL HYDROPOWER SOLAR ENERGY STREAMS SUGAR CANE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUSTAINABLE ENERGY SUSTAINABLE FOREST SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT TAX TOLL TRAFFIC TRAFFIC DEMAND TRANSPARENCY TRANSPORT TRANSPORT EMISSIONS TRANSPORT PLANNING TRANSPORT POLICY TRANSPORT POLICY IMPLEMENTATION TRANSPORT SECTOR TRANSPORTATION URBAN TRANSPORT VEHICLE VEHICLE FUEL VEHICLE FUEL EFFICIENCY WASTE WASTE MANAGEMENT WEALTH WIND WIND POWER
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Washington, DC
Africa | East Asia and Pacific | Latin America & Caribbean | South Asia | Brazil | China | India | Indonesia | Mexico | South Africa
2014-03-31T20:45:52Z | 2014-03-31T20:45:52Z | 2009-09

Six emerging economies, Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, and South Africa, are proactively seeking to identify opportunities and related financial, technical, and policy requirements to move towards a low carbon growth path. With the help of the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP), the governments of these countries have initiated country-specific studies to assess their development goals and priorities, in conjunction with greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation opportunities, and examine the additional costs and benefits of lower carbon growth. Mitigation actions today are expected to reduce future expenditure on adaptation. These actions can help attract international concessional funding to co-finance programs in energy, industry, transport, and natural resource management, which have carbon reduction implications. This paper illustrates the framework and the steps to perform a comprehensive assessment of GHG mitigation options, highlighting the central importance of sustained communication with stakeholders in the study process.

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