Titre Ouvrage:Lessons from energy history for climate policy
Édition:London School of Economics. Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy. Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, September
This paper sought to draw lessons from long run trends in energy markets for energy and climate policy ; it highlights the risks to developing countries of locking-in to carbon intensive infrastructure or behaviours ; without guidance and incentives, rapid economic development is likely to lock consumers into high energy service prices in the long run and bind the economy onto a high energy intensity trajectory with major long run economic and environmental impacts.
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