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1 No emission trading between regions 2 CRMT (Rutherford) model, ERM (Edwards-Reilly) model,

GREEN model and MR (Mande-Ricbels GLOBAL 2100) model as described and referenced in OECD (1993)

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Lon of GDP (% of grees would product )

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GDP loss as % of baseline

GDP loss as % of baseline

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5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Emissions, billion tons of carbon

5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Emissions, billion tons of carbon

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GDP loss as % of baseline

GDP loss as % of baseline

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0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Emissions, billion tons of carbon

Emissions, billion tons of carbon
Sources: Dean and Hoeller (1992) and OECD (1993)
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20 Figure 9.21 Regional carbon tax required for equi-proportional gaz emission reductions from baseline

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Source: Dominique vm der Mensbrugghe “Regional Carbon Tax Required for Equi-proportional CO
Emission Reduction from Baseline," interval note, OECD, Paris, September 1995.

Figure 9.27 Global Có, emissions from fossil fuel burning for the LESS Base fase compared with actual emissions and the IPCC IS92 scenario

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