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FROM VOLUME 7, NUMBER 1, JANUARY 1994

REPORTS...

  • GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY

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The following are working papers dealing with the GEF's Program for Measuring Incremental Costs for the Environment (PRINCE). The GEF is responsible for financing the incremental (rather than full) costs of measures taken by developing countries under the climate and biodiversity conventions; these papers deal with calculating those costs. Available at no charge from the GEF Administrator, Environ. Dept., World Bank, 1818 H St. NW, Washington DC 20433 (tel: 202-473-1053; fax: 202-477-0551).

Implementing the Framework Convention on Climate Change: Incremental Costs and the Role of the GEF (Working Paper 4), I.M. Mintzer, 35 pp., Sep. 1993. Proposes a method for calculating incremental costs, and highlights some of the key operational measures the GEF must address in achieving the overall objectives of the climate convention.

The Incremental Costs of Global Environmental Benefits (Working Paper 5), K. King, 27 pp., Oct. 1993. Addresses the need for decision-makers to familiarize themselves with issues related to incremental costs and global environmental benefits that will shape policies and strategies for financing global environmental protection.

Issues to be Addressed by the Program for Measuring Incremental Costs for the Environment (Working Paper 8), K. King, 24 pp., Sep. 1993. Outlines the PRINCE work program and its proposed approaches for five primary tasks: incremental cost concepts, operational interpretations, national climate change studies, ozone protection studies, and transaction costs.

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