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Global Corruption Report: Climate Change

Transparency International 2011

The Global Corruption Report is the first comprehensive publication of its kind to explore the corruption risks related to tackling climate change. From international policy-making to national level mitigation and adaptation strategies and with a special focus on the forestry sector, the GCR draws on the expertise of more than 50 experts and practitioners from the anti-corruption movement and the climate change field.

TI global work on corruption and climate change

Forest Carbon, Cash & Crime
Global Witness 2011

Guaranteeing Public Participation in Climate Governance
Transparency International 2011

Corruption and regulatory compliance: Experimental findings from South African small-scale fisheries
Aksel Sundström Marine Policy Volume 36, Issue 6, May 2012, Pages 1255–1264 

Senegal’s Plan to fight climate change: A ‘Great Green Wall’
Faris. S ‘Senegal’s Plan to fight climate change: A ‘Great Green Wall’’, Fast Company, February 2010

View from the inside – markets for carbon credits to fight climate change: addressing corruption risks proactively
Buen. J and Michaelowa. A ‘View from the inside – markets for carbon credits to fight climate change: addressing corruption risks proactively’, p.41-5, Global Corruption Report 2009, Transparency International

Climate change: raising the stakes for cleaning up corruption in water governance
Transparency International ‘Climate change: raising the stakes for cleaning up corruption in water governance’, p.28-31, Global Corruption Report 2008, (considers the feedback from climate change to corruption)

The complex links between governance and biodiversity
Barrett. C et al. ‘The complex links between governance and biodiversity’, Conservation Biology, Vol.20, No.5, October 2006, p.1358-66

The spatial econometrics of elephant population change A note
Frank. B and Maurseth. P ‘The spatial econometrics of elephant population change, A note’, Ecological Economics, Vol. 60, p.320-3, 2006

Corruption income and the environment: An empirical analysis
Cole. M ‘Corruption, income and the environment: An empirical analysis’, Ecological Economics, Vol. 62, p.637-47, 2006

Low hanging fruit always rots first: Observations from South Africa’s crony carbon market
Erion. G ‘Low hanging fruit always rots first: Observations from South Africa’s crony carbon market’, Carbon Trade Watch, 2005

Corruption – a double-edged sword for conservation? A response to Smith and Walpole
Katzner. T ‘Corruption – a double-edged sword for conservation? A response to Smith and Walpole’, Oryx, Vol.39, No.3, 2005, p.260-2 

Corruption growth and the environment: a cross-country analysis
Welsch. H ‘Corruption, growth and the environment: a cross-country analysis’, Environment and Development Economics Vol.9, p.663-93, 2004

Governance and the loss of biodiversity
Smith. R et al. ‘Governance and the loss of biodiversity’, p.67-70, Nature, Vol.426, 6th November 2003 

Corruption Pollution and the Kuznets Environment Curve
Lopez. R and Mitra. S, ‘Corruption, Pollution and the Kuznets Environment Curve’, Journal of Environmental Economics, Vol. 40, p.137-50, 2000


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