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CDM (Clean development mechenism) India Gujarat Porbandar
 

The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of the Kyoto Protocol allows industrialised countries with a greenhouse gas reduction commitment – so-called countries – to invest in emission reducing projects in developing countries and claim credit for the reductions achieved. In theory, this will help reduce compliance costs, while providing new financing for sustainable development. Yet early experience suggests the CDM will prove to be a negative factor in terms of sustainable development and greenhouse gas reductions. Among the most disturbing trends is the deliberate undermining of the concept of “additionality” by the business community and industrialised countries. Additionality is the crucial test of whether a CDM project results in emission reductions that are in excess of what would have occurred under a business as usual scenario, and thus whether the project should be awarded carbon credits that can be used by an Annex I party to meet its Kyoto commitments

 
 
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