JIQ Magazine vol. 22, no. 4 (December 2016)

JIQ Dec2016 frontpageDear JIQ reader,

We have the pleasure to present the latest issue of JIQ Magazine (Joint Implementation Quarterly) with the following topics:

  • Online hub for EU-funded mitigation research - Editor's note
  • Preparing for a National Carbon Market in the Netherlands (by Wytze van der Gaast)
  • Impacts of low-emission transitions in livestock farming, the energy sector, and cities (by Jenny Lieu, Luis Gonzales-Carrasco, Timothy Suljada, Matthew Halstead, Eise Spijker, and Annela Anger-Kraavi) - See also the related JIQ Specials on TRANSrisk transition case studies: livestock in the Netherlands; biogas in Indonesia; solar PV in the Netherlands
  • Equipping sustainability change makers: engaging hearts and minds for sustainability (by Martin Ossewaarde)
  • Biogas in the coffee value chain in Indonesia: advancing the energy-agriculture nexus (by Ibnu Budiman and Ivan Bobashev)
  • Energy efficiency obligations: cost recovery mechanisms of EEO schemes in the EU and beyond (ENSPOL project)
  • New book: International Climate Negotiation Factors: Design, Process, Tactics
  • Workshops in Amsterdam and Stockholm (CARISMA project)
  • Reports
  • JIQ Meeting Planner

The issue can be downloaded here: pdfJIQ_Magazine_Dec2016.pdf2.37 MB

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We hope you enjoy reading the issue.

All the best,

JIQ editors

 

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