1.2 Cost-effective Mitigation
1.2.2 The Costs of Climate Change Mitigation
1.2.3 The Role of Technology
1.2.4 The Role of Uncertainty
1.2.5 Distributional Impacts and Equity Considerations
1.2.6 Sustainability Considerations
1.3 Equity and Sustainable Development
1.3.1 What Is the Challenge?
1.3.2 What Are the Options?
1.3.3 How Has Global Climate Policy Treated Equity?
1.3.4 Assessment of Alternatives: Sustainable Development
1.3.5 Why Worry about Equity and Sustainable Development?
1.4 Global Sustainability and Climate Change Mitigation
1.4.1 Alternative Development Pathways
1.4.2 Decoupling Growth from Resource Flows
18.104.22.168 Eco-intelligent Production Systems1.4.3 Decoupling Wellbeing from Production
22.214.171.124 Resource-light Infrastructures
126.96.36.199 Appropriate Technologies
188.8.131.52 Full Cost Pricing
184.108.40.206 Intermediate Performance Levels
220.127.116.11 Appropriate Lifestyles
18.104.22.168 Community Resource Rights
1.5 Integrating Across the Essential DomainsCost- effectiveness, Equity, and Sustainability
1.5.1 Mitigative CapacityA Tool for Integration
22.214.171.124 Integrating Environmental, Social, and Economic Objectives in the Third Assessment Report1.5.2 Lessons from Integrated Analyses
126.96.36.199 Expanding the Scope of Integration
1.5.3 Mitigation Research: Current Lessons and Future Directions
Co-ordinating Lead Authors:
Tariq Banuri (Pakistan), John Weyant (USA)
Grace Akumu (Kenya), Adil Najam (Pakistan), Luiz Pinguelli Rosa (Brazil), Steve Rayner (USA), Wolfgang Sachs (Germany), Ravi Sharma (India/UNEP), Gary Yohe (USA)
Anil Agarwal (India), Steve Bernow (USA), Robert Costanza (USA), Thomas Downing (USA), Sivan Kartha (USA), Ashok Khosla (India), Ambuj Sagar (India), John Robinson (Canada), Ferenc Toth (Germany)
Hans Opschoor (The Netherlands), Kirit Parikh (India)
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