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1 Climate Change Mitigation in Developing Countries: India P.R. Shukla Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad Side Event – COP 8 October 29, 2002

2 GDP, Energy, Electricity, Carbon

3 GDP Intensity of Energy, Electricity and Carbon

4 GHG Emissions

5 Decoupling Carbon and Energy: Policy Measures Energy Efficiency and Conservation Renewable Energy Vehicle Efficiency and Transport Fuel Improvements Electricity Reforms Forestry and Land Restoration

6 Technology Push in Energy Intensive Industry

7 Renewable Energy (capacity on March 2002)

8 Carbon Saved in the Year 2000

9 Carbon Mitigation ( ) 111 Million ton Carbon Mitigation from

10 Cooperative Climate Change Initiatives GEF Projects (2.6 Million ton/year potential) AIJ and Bilateral Projects National Communication Accession to Kyoto Protocol COP 8

11 Future Trends

12 Energy Demand (Base Case)

13 Carbon Emissions

14 Energy, Carbon, Electricity and GDP (History and Projections for Reference Scenario)

15 GDP intensities of Energy, Electricity and Carbon (Reference Scenario)

16 Climate Friendly Technology Options Potential and Costs for Kyoto Period

17 CDM Strategy: Roadmap to continued meaningful participation

18 Carbon Mitigation via CDM (under different Post-Kyoto Scenarios)

19 India's CDM Strategy: Roadmap to continued meaningful participation

20 Conclusions India has mitigated 111 million ton of emissions during the past decade. India’s present emissions are 7% below the BAU India has shown strategic intent to participate in Kyoto Protocol CDM regime needs to extend to infrastructure and program based initiatives Early signal about post-Kyoto mitigation regime are critical for strategic shift in baseline emissions India continues to meaningfully participate in the Global Climate Change Mitigation Regime


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