In June 2011, Climate Policy published a review by Axel Michaelowa on the book “Upsetting the offset: the political economy of carbon markets” (vol 11/1). The book’s co-editors, Steffen Bohm and Siddharta Dabhi (vol 11/6), were quick to submit a spirited rejoinder. The lively exchange continued with an invited contribution from Peter Newell, providing his thoughtful perspective on the two “sides” (vol 12/1).
Interested? Track the thread of discussion so far by following the links below (all articles are FREE). Then come back HERE to post your own comment!
- Book review: Failures of global carbon markets and CDM? by Axel Michaelowa
- Commentary 1: Fault lines in climate policy: what role for carbon markets? by Steffen Böhm and S Dhabi
- Commentary 2: The political economy of carbon markets: The CDM and other stories by Peter Newell