Literature Bank

  • Africa

    Lynd, L. R. & Woods, J.

    (2011) ‘Perspective: A New Hope for Africa’. Nature. 474 (7352).

    Damm, O. & Triebel, R.

    (2008) A synthesis report on biomass energy consumption and availability in South Africa.

    FAO/ADB

    (1995) Future Energy Requirements for Africa’s Agriculture, FAO, Rome.

    Grimm, S. Ed.

    (2011) China, Africa and Climate Change: Looking Ahead to the COP17 in Durban, South Africa. The China Monitor. 66, October 2011.

    Karekezi, S.and Ranja, T.

    (1997) Renewable Energy Technologies in Africa, AFREPREN/SEI Zed Books, London.
    UN/DESA (2004) Energy Consumption in Africa. Available at: http://www.un.org/esa/sustdev/marrakech/EnergyConsumption.pdf.

  • BIO- / AGRO- Fuels

    Burnley, H. & Bebb, A. (eds).

    (2010) ‘Africa: up for grabs: the scale and impact of landgrabbing for agrofuels’. Friends of the Earth Europe: Brussels.

    Lin, J.

    (2010) The Sustainability of Biofuels: Limits of the Meta-Standard Approach. Working Paper 011, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series. School of International Development, University of East Anglia UK. Available at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/gcd/publications.

  • Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)

    Dathe, N.

    (2009) Climate change and the Clean Development Mechanism in Indonesia: An Appraisal. Working Paper 003, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series. School of International Development, University of East Anglia, UK. Available at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/gcd/publications.

    Disch, D.

    (2010) ‘A comparative analysis of the development dividend of Clean Development Mechanism projects in six host countries’, Climate and Development 2: 50-64.

    Girling, A.

    (2010) NGOs and the Clean Development Mechanism: constraints and opportunities in the discourse of EU consultatio ns. Working Paper 005, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series. School of International Development, University of East Anglia UK. Available at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/gcd/publications.

    Newell, P.

    (2009) Varieties of CDM governance: Some reflections. Journal of Environment and Development. 18: 425 – 435.

    Shen, W.

    (2011) Understanding the dominance of unilateral CDM projects in China: origins and implications for governing carbon markets. Working Paper 016, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series. School of International Development, University of East Anglia UK. Available at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/gcd/publications.

  • Development (Sustainability / Low-Carbon etc.)

    Best, G.

    (1992) ‘The Role of Renewable Energy Technologies in Rural Development’. In: Bhagavan, Karekezi, S. eds. Energy for Rural Development., London: Zed.

    Bowen, A. & Fankhauser, S.

    (2011) ‘Low-carbon development for the least developed countries’. World Economics. 12 (1). 145-162.

    BP

    (2008) Statistical review of world energy. Available at: http://www.bp.com/sectionbodycopy.do?categoryId=7500&contentId=7068481.

    Byrne, R., Smith, A., Watson, J. & Ockwell, D.

    (2011) Energy Pathways in Low-Carbon Development: From Technology Transfer to Socio-Technical Transformation. STEPS Working Paper 46, Brighton: STEPS Centre.

    Chandi, L.H.

    (2000) Renewables and Energy for Rural Development with a Gender Perspective. 1st Draft Research Report, Lusaka.

    DFID

    (2009) Advance market commitments for low-carbon development. Final Report.
    Available at: http://www.vivideconomics.com/docs/Vivid%20Econ%20AMCs.pdf.

    Dincer, I.

    (2000) ‘Renewable energy and sustainable development: a crucial review’. Renewable and sustainable energy reviews. 4 (2). P157-175.

    DIIS, Danish Institute for International Studies,

    (2009). Reducing Poverty Through Low Carbon Development. Recommendations for Development Cooperation in Least Developed Countries.
    http://www.diis.dk/graphics/Publications/PolicyBriefs2009/PB2009_nov_Reducing_poverty_low_carbon_development.pdf.

    Dzioubinski, O. & Chipman, R.

    (1999) Consumption and production: household energy consumption. Discussion Paper: Division for Sustainable Development of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs. United Nations. Available at: http://www.un.org/esa/sustdev/publications/esa99dp6.pdf.

    Ellis, K., Baker, B., Lemma, A.,

    (2009). Policies for Low Carbon Growth. ODI, London.
    Available at: http://www.odi.org.uk/resources/download/4575-full-report.pdf.

    Modi, V., S. McDade, D. Lallement and J. Saghir

    (2006) Energy Services for the Millennium Development Goals, Energy Sector Management Assistance Programme, United Nations Development Programme, UN Millennium Project and World Bank, New York NY, USA.

    Mulugetta, Y. & Urban, F.

    (2010) ‘Deliberating on low carbon development’. Energy Policy. 38. P7546-7549.

    Palosuo, E. (ed)

    (2009) Rethinking Development in a Carbon Constrained World: Development Cooperation and Climate Change. Helsinki: Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Finland.

    Practical Action,

    2010. Poor People’s Energy Outlook. Rugby, UK.
    Available at: http://practicalaction.org/docs/energy/poor-peoples-energy-outlook.pdf.

    UNDP

    (2007) Human Development Report 2007 / 2008. Fighting climate change: Human solidarity in a divided world, United Nations Development Programme, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK and New York NY, USA.

    Urban, F.

    (2010). Pro-poor low carbon development and the role of growth. International Journal of Green Economics. Vol. 4 (1): 82-93.

  • Europe

    Further details to follow shortly.

  • Governance

    Bailey, I., Gouldson, A., & Newell, P.

    (2010) Ecological Modernisation and the Governance of Carbon: a Critical Analysis. The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series 009/ Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy Working Paper Series. No 26. School of International Development, University of East Anglia UK and CCCEP, Leeds UK. Available at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/gcd/publications.

    Baker, L.

    (2011) Governing Electricity in South Africa: wind, coal and power struggles. Working Paper 015, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series. School of International Development, University of East Anglia UK. Available at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/gcd/publications.

    Benecke, G.

    (2010) Stakeholder networks in carbon governance: the role of state-market relations in the Indian renewable energy sector. Working Paper 007, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series. School of International Development, University of East Anglia UK. Available at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/gcd/publications.

    Colman, T.

    (2010) The governance of clean energy development: a case study of Botswana and its stakeholders. The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper 006. Available at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/gcd/Colman+2010.

    Jenner, N. & Newell, P.

    (2009) Governance – the missing link in the clean development debate. The governance of clean development Policy briefing 01. Available at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/gcd/PolicyBriefing001.

    Newell, P., Jenner, N. & Baker, L.

    (2009) Governing Clean Development: A framework for analysis. The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper 01. Available at: https://www.uea.ac.uk/polopoly_fs/1.109924!GCD_WorkingPaper001.pdf.

    Newell, P.

    (2010) The Public, the Private and the Hybrid: Mapping the Governance of Energy Finance . Working Paper 010, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series. School of International Development, University of East Anglia UK. Available at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/gcd/publications.

    Newell, P. & Phillips, J.

    (2010) Governing clean development: bringing in the politics. The governance of clean development Policy briefing 002. Available at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/gcd/PolicyBriefing002.

    Never, E.

    (2011) Integrating energy and climate governance in South Africa: drivers, barriers and the shadow of hierarchy. Working Paper 013, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series. School of International Development, University of East Anglia UK. Available at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/gcd/publications.

  • Infrastructure

    Kaberuka, D.

    (2011) ‘Boosting infrastructure investments in Africa’. World Economics. 12 (2). P7-24.

    Newell, P.

    (2009) ‘Fit for purpose: Towards a development architecture that can deliver’ pp. 184-195. In E. Palosuo (Ed.) Rethinking Development in a Carbon Constrained World: Development Cooperation and Climate Change. Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Finland.

  • Rights & Social Justice

    Baer P, Athanasiou T, Kartha S and Kemp-Benedict E

    (2008) The Greenhouse Development Rights Framework. Climate and Development, Volume 1, Number 2, 2009, pp. 147-165(19).

    Baer P, Athanasiou T, Kartha S and Kemp-Benedict E

    (2009) The Greenhouse Development Rights Framework: The right to development in a climate constrained world. 2nd edition. Berlin: Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung.
    Available at: www.ecoequity.org/docs/TheGDRsFramework.pdf.

    Barker T, Scrieciu Serban and Taylor D

    (2008) Climate change, social justice and development. Development: Journal of the Society for International Development, 51(3): 317-324.

  • Solar / Photovoltaics

    Karekezi, S. & Kithyoma, W.

    (2002) ‘Renewable energy strategies for Africa: is a PV-led renewable energy strategy the right approach for providing modern energy to the rural poor of sub-Saharan Africa?’ Energy Policy. 30 (11-12). 1071-1086.

    Mulugetta, Y., Nhete, T. & Jackson, T.

    (2000) ‘Photovoltaics in Zimbabwe: Lessons from the GEF Solar Project’. Energy Policy, 28 (14). 1069-1080.

  • South America

    Morares, M.

    (2011) ‘Perspective: Lessons from Brazil’. Nature. 474 (7352).

  • Technology & Innovation

    Bell, M.

    (2009) Innovation Capabilities and Directions of Development, STEPS Working Paper 33, STEPS Centre, Brighton.

    Berkhout, F., G. Verbong, A. Wieczorek, R. Raven, L. Lebel & X. Bai

    (2010) Sustainability experiments in Asia: innovations shaping alternative development pathways?, Environmental Science & Policy 13: 261-271.

    Carbon Trust

    (2008) Low Carbon Technology Innovation and Diffusion Centres: Accelerating low carbon growth in a developing world, Carbon Trust, London.

    Das, K.

    (2011) Technology transfer under the Clean Development Mechanism: an empirical study of 1000 CDM projects. The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper 014. Available at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/gcd/Das+2011?mode=print.

    Foray, D.

    (2009). Technology Transfer in the TRIPS Age: The Need for New Types of Partnerships between the Least Developed and Most Advanced Economies. Issue Paper No.23, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development.

    Geels, F.

    (2002) Technological transitions as evolutionary reconfiguration processes: a multi-level perspective and a case-study, Research Policy 31: 1257–1274.

    Ford, N.

    (2010) ‘The new power generation surge’. African Business. January 2010, Issue 360, p36-38.

    Foster, V.

    (2008) Overhauling the Engine of Growth: Infrastructure in Africa. Africa Infrastructure Country Diagnostic. World Bank, Washington, DC.

    Füssel H-M

    (2010) How inequitable is the global distribution of responsibility, capability, and vulnerability to climate change: A comprehensive indicator-based assessment. Global Environmental Change 20: 597–611.

    Ockwell, D., J. Watson, G. MacKerron, P. Pal, & F. Yamin

    (2008) Key policy considerations for facilitating low carbon technology transfer to developing countries, Energy Policy 36(2008): 4104- 4115.

    Ockwell, D., Ely, A., Mallett, A., Johnson, O. & Watson J.

    (2009) Low Carbon Development: The Role of Local Innovative Capabilities, STEPS Working Paper 31, Brighton: STEPS Centre and Sussex Energy Group, SPRU, University of Sussex.

    Park, W.G. & D.C. Lippoldt

    (2008), “Technology Transfer and the Economic Implications of the Strengthening of Intellectual Property Rights in Developing Countries”, OECD Trade Policy Working Papers, No. 62, OECD Publishing.

    Sauter, R. & J. Watson

    (2008) Technology Leapfrogging: A Review of the Evidence, A Report for DFID, Sussex Energy Group, SPRU, University of Sussex, Brighton, October.

    UNEP

    (2010) An exploration of options and functions of climate technology centres and networks, Discussion Paper November 2010, United Nations Environment Programme. Available at: http://www.uneptie.org/energy/pdf/CTCN_UNEP-20101118_final.pdf.

    Wang, B.

    (2009) Can the CDM bring technology transfer to developing countries? An empirical study of technology transfer in China’s CDM projects. Working Paper 002, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series. School of International Development, University of East Anglia, UK. Available at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/gcd/publications.

    Watson, J., Byrne, R., Stua, M., Ockwell, D., Xiliang, Z., Da, Z., Tianhou, Z., Xiaofeng, Z. & Xunmin, O.

    (2011) UK-China collaborative study on low carbon technology transfer: final report. Report to the Department of Energy and Climate Change. Brighton: University of Sussex.

    White, L. & Costa, T.C.

    (2009) Biofuel technology transfer in ISBA: Lessons for South Africa and Brazil. SAIIA Policy Briefing No. 7.

  • Transitions

    WBCSD

    (2012) Business Solutions to Enable Energy Access for All. Geneva: WBCSD.

    Inayat, J.

    (2011) What makes people adopt improved cookstoves? Empirical evidence from rural northwest Pakistan. Working Paper 012, The Governance of Clean Development Working Paper Series. School of International Development, University of East Anglia UK. Available at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/dev/gcd/publications.

    Ockwell, D., J. Watson, G. MacKerron, P. Pal, F. Yamin, N. Vasudevan & P. Mohanty

    (2007) UK-India collaboration to identify the barriers to the transfer of low carbon technology, Final Report, Sussex Energy Group, The Energy and Resources Institute and the Institute of Development Studies, published by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, UK, March.

    UNEP

    (2011) Global Trends in renewable energy investment: analysis of trends and Issues in the financing of renewable energy. United Nations environment programme: Nairobi.

    Unruh, G.

    (2000) Understanding carbon lock-in, Energy Policy 28 (2000): 817-830.

    Unruh, G. & J. Carrillo-Hermosilla

    (2006) Globalizing carbon lock-in, Energy Policy 34: 1185-1197.

  • Wind

    Further details to follow shortly.


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