JEI vol 2, no. 2 (2011)

Journal of Environmental Investing Scholarship Program

Table of Contents

pdfTable of Contents
Mary M Cavanagh linked-in

pdfSupporting New Scholars of Environmental Investing
Angelo Calvello linked-in

Introduction to the scholarship issue of JEI Vol. 2 No. 2 (2011)

pdfUnlocking Forest Bonds: A High-Level Workshop on Innovative Finance for Tropical Forests
M. Cranford, I. R. Henderson, A. W. Mitchell, S. Kidney, D. P. Kanak

The report on a workshop hosted by the WWF Forest & Climate Initiative, Global Canopy Programme, and Climate Bonds Initiative to discuss the necessary conditions for bonds to become a useful large-scale financing mechanism in the effort to save tropical forests.

pdfJEI’s Scholarship Program Motivates Students’ Efforts Toward Practical Solutions
Patricia Widener

Introductory commentary on the significance of the three student essays presented in this issue

pdfChallenges and Opportunities: Using Carbon Finance to Scale SMEs in West Africa Amrita Vijay Kumar linked-in

Small and medium enterprises present a significant channel for reaching large numbers of people and through which socially responsible investors can deploy cleaner, sustainable technologies at scale

pdfInstituting a Municipal Government Emissions Trading Scheme in New York City: Applying the Model of Metropolitan and Internal Emissions Schemes – Anastasia Sagalovitch linked-in

An exploration of two cases of confined emissions trading schemes, one implemented by a private firm, and one by a municipality, to see if they are suitable models for a New York City emissions trading scheme

pdfEU ETS Framework for Establishing a Domestic Emissions Trading System in Kazakhstan – Saltanat Sabitova linked-in

An analysis of aspects of the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme that could be applied to Kazakhstan’s evolving domestic scheme, which is dedicated to reaching goals established in the Kyoto Protocol

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