|Received:||1/9/2008 10:55:41 AM|
|Agency:||Federal Trade Commission|
|Rule:||Guides for the Use of Environmental Marketing Claims; Carbon Offsets and Renewable Energy Certificates|
Comments:I wrote an analysis on Joint Implementation, but did not find out the FTC workshop til today 1/9/08...too late! Request to have a copy of demonstration, and request Mr. Hampton Newsome to have an expert to evaluate my analysis. Thanks, below is a summary of my paper. Time sensitive for Joint Implementation. According to the Kyoto Protocol deadline, as 2008 is around the corner, penalties to industries vary from 40-100 euros per 1CO2eq. Nonetheless, the Kyoto Protocol and the EU ETS provide more flexibility for industries around the world to shuffle GHG emission gas credits allowance with the ones that emit less GHG, which provide the meaning of the Joint Implementation existence. Consulting companies stipulate expertise on cost benefits, according to the FERC’s Regional Transmission Organization Three Goals1. In a nutshell, how to define and apply fruitful cross-disciplinary opportunities? Strategic Goal: There is time element and there is the need to alleviate administrative procedures, with transparency in mind. This methodology aims at simplifying the task of synchronizing and comparing levels, industries and different government operations (tax and subsidies) globally at three levels of countries (DC, NDC, LDC)2. The purpose of this methodology design is for businesses in three levels gain equitably, where every one get involved, every one wins.