Publications

Publications

2013

Dutschke, Michael. Verification vs. Finance?: Removing the negotiation roadblocks for results-based REDD+ activities. Bogor, Indonesia, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)

 

Dutschke, Michael. Key issues in REDD+ verification: Study commissioned by CIFOR. Bogor, Indonesia, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR).

 

Dutschke, M. Overview and evaluation of existing social standards relevant for projects of the International Climate Initiative (ICI) of the German government, Prioritization of standards or elements of standards to be applied on area-based projects. Bonn, Bundesamt für Naturschutz.

2012

Galante, Michael Victor; Michael Dutschke; Genevieve Patenaude & Ben Vickers. Climate Change Mitigation Through Reduced-Impact Logging and The Hierarchy of Production Forest Management. Forests 2012, 3(1), 59-74; doi:10.3390/f3010059.

2011

Merger, Eduard; Dutschke, Michael; Verchot, Louis. Options for REDD+ Voluntary Certification to Ensure Net GHG Benefits, Poverty Alleviation, Sustainable Management of Forests and Biodiversity Conservation. Forests 2011, 2, 550-577

 

Richard Tipper (Lead Author): Real-Time Evaluation of Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative. Contributions to a Global REDD+ Regime 2007-2010. Evaluation Report 12/2010 Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation, Oslo

2010

Dutschke, Michael, Risks, Forestry, and Climate Policy, Göttingen 224 pp.

2009

Pedroni, Lucio; Michael Dutschke; Charlotte Streck; Manuel Estrada Porrúra. Creating incentives for avoiding further deforestation: The nested approach. Climate Policy 9 (2009), pp. 207-220

 

Dutschke, M. ‘The Climate Stabilization Fund: global auctioning of emission allowances to help forests and people’, in: W.L. Filho, F. Mannke (eds), Interdisciplinary Aspects of Climate Change, Peter Lang Scientific Publishers, Frankfurt and New York, pp. 103-120.

 

Dutschke, Michael and Axel Michaelowa (2009). Will credits from avoided deforestation in developing countries jeopardize the balance of the carbon market? in: Palmer, Charles and Stefanie Engels. Avoided Deforestation: Prospects for Mitigating Climate Change, London / UK

2008

Dutschke, Michael. Methodological concepts of REDD. Briefing paper produced for the workshop "Managing Forests in Mekong Countries for Carbon Sequestration and REDD" Hanoi, 27 - 30 October, 2008

 

Dutschke, M. and S. Wertz-Kanounnikoff. Mapping potential sources of REDD financing to different needs and national circumstances. draft CIFOR Working Paper, Bogor / ID. 34 pp

 

Dutschke, M. and S. Wertz-Kanounnikoff. How do we match country needs with financing sources? in: Angelsen A. Moving Ahead with REDD: Issues, Options and Implications.. Bogor / ID: 41-52.

 

Dutschke, M.. How do we ensure permanence and assign liability? Moving Ahead with REDD: Issues, Options and Implications. A. Angelsen. Bogor / ID, CIFOR: 77-86.

 

Varming, Soeren & Michael Dutschke. Guest Commentary: CDM is promoting sustainable palm oil production. PointCarbon CDM & JI Monitor 6 (10), 14 May 2008

 

Dutschke, M. Simply REDD? Konzeptionen, Modelle, Vorschläge zur Emissionsverringerung aus Entwaldung und Walddegradierung. Workshop "Wald und Klima", GTZ, 12.02.2008, Eschborn

 

Dutschke, M., T. Pistorius. Will the future be REDD? Consistent accounting for land use, International Forestry Review 10 (3)

 

Ibisch, Pierre, Jörg Seifert-Granzin; Michael Dutschke. Forests, carbon and international climate policy. In: Climate Policy in the Coming Phases of the Kyoto Process: Targets, Instruments, and the Role of Cap and Trade Schemes. Proceedings of the International Symposium February 20-21, 2006, Brussels. M. Welp, L. Wicke and C. C. Jaeger. Potsdam, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research: pp. 81 - 100.

 

Nabuurs, G.J., O. Masera, K. Andrasko, P. Benitez-Ponce, R. Boeer, M. Dutschke, E. Elsiddrig, J. Ford-Robertson, P. Frumhoff, T. Karjalainen, O. Krankina, W.A. Kurz, M. Masumoto, W. Oyhantcabal, N.H. Ravindranath, M.J. Sanz Sanchez, X. Zhang. Forestry. In: Climate Change 2007: Mitigation of Climate Change. Contribution of Working Group III to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (B. Metz, O.R. Davidson, P.R. Bosch, R. Dave, L.A. Meyer (eds.)), Cambridge and New York

2007

Schlamadinger, B; N. Bird; T. Johns; S. Brown; J. Canadell; L. Ciccarese; M. Dutschke; J. Fiedler; A. Fischlin; P. Fearnside; C. Forner; A. Freibauer; P. Frumhoff; N. Hoehne; M.U.F. Kirschbaum; A. Labat; G. Marland; A. Michaelowa; L. Montanarella. P. Moutinho; D. Murdiyarso; N. Pena; K. Pingoud; Z. Rakonczay; E. Rametsteiner; J. Rock; M.J. Sanz; U.A. Schneider; A. Shvidenko; M. Skutsch; P. Smith Z. Somogyi; E. Trines; M. Ward; Y. Yamagata. A synopsis of land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) under the Kyoto Protocol and Marrakech Accords. Environmental Science & Policy 10 (4), pp. 271-282

 

Skutsch; M.; N. Bird; E. Trines; M. Dutschke; P. Frumhoff; B.H.J. de Jong; P. van Laake; O. Masera; D. Murdiyarso. Clearing the way for reducing emissions from tropical deforestation. Environmental Science & Policy 10 (4), pp. 322–334

 

Dutschke, M.; R. Wolf. Reducing Emissions from Deforestation in Developing Countries: The way forward, GTZ Climate Protection Programme, Eschborn / DE, 32p

 

Dutschke, M. CDM Forestry and the Ultimate Objective of the Climate Convention, Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change Vol. 12, Issue 2

 

Jung, Martina; Axel Michaelowa; Ingrid Nestle: Sandra Greiner & Michael Dutschke. Common Policy on Climate Change: Land Use, Domestic Stakeholders and EU Foreign Policy in: Harris, Paul G., Europe And Global Climate Change. Politics, Foreign Policy and Regional Cooperation. Cheltenham/UK pp. 233-254

 

Michalowa, A.; Mohr, L.; Dutschke, M. & Krey, M. The Current Status of CDM Afforestation and Reforestation Projects in the GHG Market, in: Yeo-Chang Youn (ed.). Climate Change, Kyoto Protocol and Forest Sector. Gyunggi-Do / Korea, pp. 110 – 137

 

Dutschke, M. & A. Michaelowa. Development Aid and the CDM – How to interpret 'Financial Additionality', Environment and Development Economics, Volume 11, Issue 02, April 2006, pp 235-246

2006

Dutschke, M.; S. Butzengeiger & A. Michaelowa. A spatial approach to baseline and leakage in CDM forest carbon sinks projects, Climate Policy, Vol. 5 (5).

 

Iturregui, Patricia & Michael Dutschke. Liberalisation of Environmental Goods & Services and Climate Change, HWWA Discussion Paper 335, Hamburg.

 

Schlamadinger, Bernhard, Michael Dutschke, Benoit Bosquet, Charlotte Streck, Ian Noble, Neil Bird Can the EU emission trading scheme support CDM forestry? Climate Policy 5 (2)

2005

Schlamadinger, B., L. Ciccarese, P. M. Fearnside, S. Brown and D. Murdiyarso Should we address avoidance of deforestation in the international response to climate change? In: Murdiyarso, D. and Herawati, H. (eds.).Carbon forestry: who will benefit? Proceedings of Workshop on Carbon Sequestration and Sustainable Livelihoods, held in Bogor on 16-17 February 2005. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR.

 

Dutschke, M., B. Schlamadinger, J. Wong & M. Rumberg. Value and risks of expiring carbon credits from afforestation and reforestation projects under the CDM. Climate Policy 5(1).

 

Dutschke, M. Forestry and the ultimate objective of the Climate Convention, hamburg climate+ paper 2/2005

 

Michaelowa, A., M. Dutschke, F. Müller-Pelzer, M. Jung, M. Krey, S. Butzengeiger COP 10: Getting the CDM started and pondering the future of the climate policy regime, hamburg climate+ paper 1/2005.

 

Schlamadinger, Bernhard, Michael Dutschke & Igino Emmer. How can carbon credits from CDM afforestation and reforestation projects be used by Annex I governments and companies? CDM Investment Newsletter 3/2004, pp. 4 - 7.

 

Bird, D.N. M. Dutschke, L. Pedroni , B. Schlamadinger , A. Vallejo. Should one trade tCERs or lCERs? ENCOFOR Policy Brief

 

Schnurr, J., M. Dutschke & G. Kapp. Waiting for the green light. How quality assessments of forestry projects could give impetus for the generation of carbon credits. Carbon Finance 7/2004, pp. 14/15.

 

Dutschke, M. A spatial concept for baseline design and monitoring, in: Grace, John et al., Scientific and Technical Issues in the Clean Development Mechanisms, Report 1/2003, Specific Study 10, Viterbo.

 

Dutschke, Michael & Bernhard Schlamadinger. Practical Issues Concerning Temporary Carbon Credits in the CDM, HWWA Discussion Paper 227, Hamburg.

2004

Dutschke, Michael & Axel Michaelowa. Development Aid and the CDM – How to interpret “Financial Additionality”, HWWA Discussion Paper 228, Hamburg.

 

Dutschke, Michael & Jenny Wong. Can Permanence be Insured? Consideration of some Technical and Practical Issues of Insuring Carbon Credits from Afforestation and Reforestation, HWWA Discussion Paper 235, Hamburg.

 

Dutschke, Michael. Risk for Forestry Investment under the Clean Development Mechanism, in: Ierland,, E.C.; Weikard, H.P. and Wesseler, J. (eds.), Risk and Uncertainty in Environmental and Resource Economics, Conference Proceedings, Wageningen University, Wageningen, NL.

 

Dutschke, Michael. Integration of climate and development policies through the clean development mechanism, in: EADI, GEMDEV (eds.): Europe and the South in the 21st century. Challenges for renewed cooperation, Karthala, Paris, CD-Rom

2003

Dutschke, Michael. Fractions of permanence – Squaring the cycle of sink carbon accounting. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 7 (4) pp. 381 -402.

 

Michaelowa, Axel; Sonja Butzengeiger, Martina Jung und Michael Dutschke. Beyond 2012 . Evolution of the Kyoto Protocol. Externe Expertise für das WBGU-Sondergutachten „Welt im Wandel: Über Kyoto hinausdenken. Klimaschutzstrategien für das 21. Jahrhundert“, Berlin.

 

Dutschke, Michael. Permanence of CDM forests or non-permanence of land use related carbon credits? HWWA Discussion Paper 134, Hamburg.

 

Dutschke, Michael. Sustainable Forestry Investment under the Clean Development Mechanism: The Malaysian Case, HWWA Discussion Paper 198, Hamb….

2002

Dutschke, M.; A. Michaelowa & M. Stronzik. Convergence Criteria for Participation in the Flexible Mechanisms of the Kyoto Protocol, International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 1, pp. 327-336

 

Dutschke, M. & Axel Michaelowa. Climate cooperation as development policy - the case of Costa Rica, International Journal of Sustainable Development Vol. 3-1, pp. 63-94.

 

Michaelowa, Axel & Michael Dutschke (eds.). Climate Policy and Development, Cheltenham; Northampton, MA.

 

Dutschke, Michael. Host Country-driven Implementation: the Case of Costa Rica, in: Dutschke & Michaelowa 2000, pp. 133-179.

 

Michaelowa, Axel & Michael Dutschke. Outlook on Climate and Development Policies, in: Dutschke & Michaelowa 2000, pp.209-237.

2001

Dutschke, Michael, Axel Michaelowa, Stuart Parkinson, Naoki Matsuo & Katie Begg. Crediting and Credit sharing, in: Dixon, Robert (Ed.), The U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change Activities Implemented Jointly (AIJ) Pilot: Lessons Learned and Applications to Future Market-Based Mechanisms to Reduce GHG Emissions, Dordrecht pp. 89-104 (with Axel Michaelowa, Stuart Parkinson, Naoki Matsuo, Katie Begg).

 

Michaelowa A. & Michael Dutschke. Aufteilung von Emissionsgutschriften bei Treibhausgasvermeidung im Ausland, in: TA-Datenbank-Nachrichten 2/8, pp. 9 – 12.

 

Michaelowa, Axel & Michael Dutschke. Creation and Sharing of Credits through the Clean Development Mechanism under the Kyoto Protocol, in: Jepma, Catrinuns J.; van der Gaast, Wytze (Ed.): On the Compatibility of Flexible Instruments, Dordrecht, Boston, London, p. 47-64.

 

Dutschke, Michael, Chris Rolphe and Axel Michaelowa. Closing The Gap: A Comparison Of Approaches To Encourage Early Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions, Vancouver.

 

Michaelowa, Axel, Michael Dutschke, Marcus Stronzik. Convergence criteria for participation in the flexible mechanisms of the Kyoto Protocol, HWWA Discussion Paper.

1999

Rolfe, Chris, Axel Michaelowa and Michael Dutschke. Is Credit for Early Action Credible Early Action?, West Coast Environmental Law Occasional paper series 25:03, Vancouver.

 

Dutschke, Michael. Nord-Süd-Kooperation in der Klimapolitik zwischen Umwelt und Entwicklung, Freiburg i. Br.

 

Michaelowa, Axel & Michael Dutschke. Creation and sharing of credits through the clean development mechanism under the Kyoto Protocol, HWWA Discussion Paper 62, Hamburg.

 

Dutschke, Michael. Financing Sustainable Development – the Case of Costa Rica, HWWA Report 186, Hamburg.

 

Dutschke, M.; Axel Michaelowa & Marcus Stronzik. Tightening the System – Central Allocation of Emission Rights, HWWA Discussion Paper 70, Hamburg.

 

Michaelowa, Axel & Michael Dutschke. Issues and Open Questions of Greenhouse Gas Emission Trading under the Kyoto Protocol, HWWA Discussion Paper 68, Hamburg.

 

Michaelowa, Axel & Michael Dutschke. Der Handel mit Emissionsrechten für Treibhausgase : Empfehlungen aus ökonomischer Sicht auf der Grundlage des Kyoto-Protokolls. HWWA-Report 187, Hamburg.

1998

Michaelowa, Axel & Michael Dutschke. Interest groups and efficient design of the Clean Development Mechanism under the Kyoto Protocol, International Journal of Sustainable Development, 1 (1), S. 24-42 .

 

Dutschke, Michael & Axel Michaelowa. Joint Implementation as development policy: the Case of Costa Rica, HWWA Discussion Papers 59, Hamburg.

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