Personal carbon trading is rapidly moving up the political agenda as recognition grows of its potential to address urgent issues of climate change and natural resource use. Under personal carbon trading schemes a carbon allowance would be allocated to each individual, to be used and traded in the same way as in national and international carbon trading schemes. 1. Personal Carbon Trading in the Context of the EU Emission Trading Scheme2. PCT in Different National Contexts 3. The Economics of Personal Carbon Trading: a Review4. The Interaction of Existing and Proposed Economic Instruments and Personal Carbon Trading Schemes 5. Barriers to Personal Carbon Trading in the Policy Arena6. Policing Carbon: Design and Enforcement Options for Personal Carbon Trading7. Effects of Personal Carbon Allowances on Decision-Making: Evidence from an Experimental Simulation8. Social Acceptability of Personal Carbon Allowances: Findings from a Mixed-method Study9a. Upstream, Downstream9b. An Upstream Alternative to Personal Carbon TradingPCT at a National LevelPCT and Individuals, Communities and OrganisationsPCT Variants - Brief ContributionsThis volume presents the latest research on personal carbon trading at different scales - from the effects on the individual, communities and organisations, to its place in national, EU (including the EU ETS) and global policy landscapes. It presents key research on the economic and policy barriers and implications, and will be essential reading for anyone involved in emissions trading research or policymaking.
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chapter clim ate policyj An introduction to personal carbon trading editorial chapter clim ate policy^] Personal carbon trading in different national contexts chapter clim ate policy Barriers to personal carbon trading in the policy arena research article chapter clim ate policy^ Effects of personal carbon allowances on decision making: evidence from an experimental simulation research article chapter clim ate policy Public attitudes to personal carbon allowances: findings from a mixed-method study research article chapter clim ate policy Attitudes to personal carbon allowances: political trust, fairness and ideology research article chapter clim ate policy Policing carbon: design and enforcement options for personal carbon trading research article chapter clim ate policy The economics of personal carbon trading synthesis article chapter clim ate policy Personal carbon trading in the context of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme synthesis article chapter clim ate policy i Upstream, downstream: the importance of psychological framing for carbon emission reduction policies outlook: insight chapter clim ate policy. An upstream alternative to personal carbon trading outlook: insight.