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Carbon Market Opportunities in Southern Mediterranean Countries

To date, Southern Mediterranean countries have hosted a limited number of projects under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). There are three challenges to the participation of middle income countries in future carbon markets: the limited size of future demand for offsets or credits; restrictions on the use of CDM credits in Phase III of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme; and the lack of prompt preparation for the start of new market-based mechanisms. This study examines existing and emerging activities in Southern Mediterranean countries that could fit into new market based mechanisms.

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MEDPRO TR No 8 WP4b Fujiwara et al.pdf‏816.39 ك.بايت944منذ يومين 10 ساعات
تاريخ المطبوعة: 
Mon, 19/03/2012
المؤلف (المؤلفون): 
Noriko Fujiwara, Monica Alessi and Anton Georgiev
المؤسسة: CEPS

Egypt: Changes and Challenges of Political Transition

Hosni Mubarak’s regime and its power system enjoyed remarkable stability for over 30 years. On 11 February 2011, however, after 18 days of mass protests, the Egyptian president was forced to step down, revealing the unsustainability of the political and economic system that had ensured his continuity for so long. While the revolution of January 25th led to a major success – the fall of Mubarak – Egypt’s political future is still opaque and exposed to a number of risks.

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MEDPRO TR No 4 WP2 Paciello on Egypt.pdf‏481.2 ك.بايت1025منذ 4 أيام 4 دقائق
تاريخ المطبوعة: 
Mon, 23/05/2011
المؤلف (المؤلفون): 
Maria Cristina Paciello
المؤسسة: IAI

Tunisia: Changes and Challenges of Political Transition

For 23 years, a combination of harsh repression and impressive socio-economic development in Tunisia ensured a certain level of stability of Ben Ali’s regime. However, on 14 January 2011, after several weeks of anti-government protests, the President fled the country, revealing the fallacy of the ‘Tunisian model’. While the departure of Ben Ali is an important step towards Tunisia’s political change, the fate of its democratic transition remains uncertain.

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MEDPRO TR No 3 WP2 Paciello on Tunisia.pdf‏399.57 ك.بايت854منذ يوم واحد 10 ساعات
تاريخ المطبوعة: 
Mon, 23/05/2011
المؤلف (المؤلفون): 
Maria Cristina Paciello
المؤسسة: IAI