Effects of climate change on the profitability of carbon credit sales

A case study on Tectona grandis plantations located on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica



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Effects of climate change on the profitability of carbon credit sales
A case study on Tectona grandis plantations located on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica
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Nina Becker's research provides a thorough analysis of the economics of carbon sequestration from an interdisciplinary perspective on the impacts of climate change on forest resources. The analysis is based on an integrated assessment that links a climate-yield model with a profitability analysis. In specific, Nina Becker investigates tree productivity under global and regional climate change scenarios. Furthermore, she demonstrates the potential effects of increasing tree productivity on the profitability of carbon credit sales. For this purpose, she conducted a case study on teak (Tectona grandis L.f) plantations on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. Nina Becker points out the potential of and future challenges for forest plantations in mitigating climate change. The book is aimed at scholars as well as NGOs and policymakers with an interest in forests and climate change.
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About the author

Nina Becker is a development economist, specialized in rural development, natural resources, and climate change. Her research and professional interests include climate change mitigation and adaptation – in particular the integration of development and environment. Nina Becker has research and work experience in Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in 'European Economic Studies' from the Otto Friedrich University Bamberg, Germany, and a Master of Science degree in 'International Development Studies' from Wageningen University and Research Centre, The Netherlands.
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Delivery time 2-3 Tage / 2-3 days
Author Nina Becker
Number of pages 180
Language English
Publication date Sep 1, 2010
Weight (kg) 0.2500
ISBN-13 9783838200743