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Hide details for Cost savings predicted from engineering and economic modelsCost savings predicted from engineering and economic models
2.2. Greater Efficiency
Hide details for Economic incentivesEconomic incentives
1.2. Definitions
4. Potential Future Savings from New Market-based Instrument Programs
Executive Summary
1.3. Types of Economic Incentives Discussed in the Report
2.2. Greater Efficiency
Hide details for Environmental effects from use of economic incentivesEnvironmental effects from use of economic incentives
2.4. Environmental Effects of Incentive Approaches
Hide details for Kyoto ProtocolKyoto Protocol
4.2. Cost Savings from Incentive Systems for Greenhouse Gas Emission Control
Foreword
4. Potential Future Savings from New Market-based Instrument Programs
Hide details for Liability for pollution harm as an economic instrumentLiability for pollution harm as an economic instrument
3.3.2. Liability Provisions
Hide details for Measuring the costs of pollution controlMeasuring the costs of pollution control
3.1. Nature of Cost Savings Considered
3. Potential Cost Savings from Existing Economic Incentives
Hide details for Monitoring requirements for the use of economic instrumentsMonitoring requirements for the use of economic instruments
2.2.2. Cost Implications of Changes in Monitoring Technology
Hide details for Montreal ProtocolMontreal Protocol
3.2.2. Chlorofluorocarbon Taxes and Allowance Trading
Hide details for Stimulus for innovative pollution controlStimulus for innovative pollution control
2.3. Stimulus to Innovation and Technical Change
Hide details for The US Acid Rain control programThe US Acid Rain control program
3.2.3. Acid Rain Allowance Trading


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