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Capital and the Common GoodHow Innovative Finance is Tackling the World's Most Urgent Problems$
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Georgia Levenson Keohane

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780231178020

Published to Columbia Scholarship Online: September 2017

DOI: 10.7312/columbia/9780231178020.001.0001

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REDD Forests, Green Bonds, and the Price of Carbon

REDD Forests, Green Bonds, and the Price of Carbon

(p.25) 1 REDD Forests, Green Bonds, and the Price of Carbon
Capital and the Common Good

Georgia Levenson Keohane

Columbia University Press

Climate change is not only among the most urgent problems covered, but is inherently interconnected with every other social and economic challenge that this book addresses. This chapter investigates the power of price signals when it comes to pollution and architecture and power of tradable emission schemes. It then examines two examples of innovation in climate finance that have evolved in spite of the delay in the development of a global market for carbon. REDD—Reduction in Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation—shows the potential of pay-for-success partnerships to reduce the destruction of rainforests and carbon emissions, though still in need of scale. In contrast green bonds have experienced tremendous growth, but lack any tight green definitions, a quantity-versus-quality conundrum we revisit throughout the book.

Keywords:   Climate Change, Price signals, Carbon market, REDD, Carbon emissions

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