DetallesClimate change is a topic of worIdwide concern. Nevertheless, climate change, not being seen as a priority amongst other issues, has not yet been strongly incorporated into the environmental or economic policy agendas of developing countries. Nevertheless, evidence shows that some of the most adverse effects of climate change will be experienced by developing countries whose populations are the most vulnerable and least likely to be able to adapt to climate change. For instance, although Latín America countries represent only 9 percent of global carbon dioxide emissions, the social and economic impact of those emissions is significantly greater than in developed and emergent countries. This phenomenon is called "double inequity" where the impact of climate change is felt most deeply by poorest societies who are not the main emitters.In this respect, it is important that developing countries, especially South American countries, integrate climate change issues into their decision-making process, where energy policy plays an important role in their development. The main drivers behind contemporary energy policy are.
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Editor / Marca U. Externado de Colombia Año de Edición 2017 Número de Páginas 100 Idioma(s) Español Terminado Tapa Rústica Alto y ancho 14 x 21 cm Peso 0.1400 Tipo Producto libro
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- ABBREVIATIONSFOREWORDINTRODUCCIÓN1. Overview of climate ehange issues in South American countries1.1.Climate trends and consequenees in South Ameriea1.2. CO2 emission and target for reductions1.3. The role of alternative renewable energy in mitigating climate change2. Climate Change and Renewable Energy Policy in Brazil and Colombia2.1. Brazil2.1.1. Economie and energy facts2.1.2. Climate Change Policy188.8.131.52. Institution instruments184.108.40.206. NationaI Competent authorities220.127.116.11. Instrument of implementation and enforeement18.104.22.168. Adaptation measures22.214.171.124. Mitigation measures2.1.3. Renewable Energy Poliey126.96.36.199. Affirmative law for renewables188.8.131.52. Sustained polieies that promote renewable energy184.108.40.206. Legal framework designed for a fossil- dominant energy sector2.2. Colombia2.2.1. Eeonomie and energy faets2.2.2. Climate Change Poliey220.127.116.11. Ineorporation instruments18.104.22.168. National Competent authorities22.214.171.124. Instruments of implementation and enforeement126.96.36.199. Adaptation measures188.8.131.52. Mitigation measures2.2.3. Renewable Energy Poliey184.108.40.206. Affirmative law for renewables220.127.116.11. Sustained policies that promote renewable energy18.104.22.168. Legal framework designed for a fossil- dominant energy sector3. Analysis of Climate Change and Renewable Energy Poliey in Colombia and Brazil3.1 Energy seeurity3.2. Emission reduetion3.3. Energy effieieney3.4. Adaptation measures3.5. Mitigation measures3.6. Institutional issuesCONCLUSIONBIBLIOGRAPHY