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Panel 4: Environmental Perspective (externalities and life cycle approaches, local and global impacts and incentatives)

Dutch Action Plan for Sustainable Building: a win-win combination of energy savings in buildings and environmental improvements to reduce CO2 emissions
Harry Vreuls and Ireen Vergeest, Netherlands Agency for Energy and the Environment

Differences in methodologies used for externality assessment
Lotte Schleisner, Risø National Laboratory, Denmark

International comparison of policy instruments for energy efficiency in residential space heating
Hubertus Voss-Uhlenbrock, Christoph Weber, and Ulrich Fahl, Institute for Energy Economics and the Rational use of Energy, University of Stuttgart

Regulatory Mechanisms that Deliver Economic, Social and Environmental Benefits
Dan Staniaszek, Energy Saving Trust, UK

Will the Clean Development Mechanism provide for energy-efficient rice cookers?
Michel Colombier and Kenya Tillerson, International Consulting on Energy - ICE

Preparing Energy Efficiency Mechanisms in the Portuguese Electricity Sector
Carlos Lopes and Jerome Adnot, Centre d'Energétique, Ecole des Mines de Paris

Energy-conscious urban planning and development-lessons from a case-study
António Gomes Martins, INESC - University of Coimbra, Portugal

An Overview of Guidelines and Issues for the Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting, Verification and Certification of Energy-Efficiency Projects for Climate Change Mitigation
Edward L. Vine and Jayant A. Sathaye, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

New Approach to Reduce Environmental Impacts of Land Use and Living - An Environmental Profile for three city districts in Stockholm
Agneta Persson, Maarit Nordmark, Lars Fyrhake, and Anna Forsberg, The Green Investment Programme, The City of Stockholm

The use of progressive tariff structures to align the interest of Utilities and of individual customers with the societal goal of enhanced end-use efficiency
Lorenzo Pagliano, Dipartimento di Energetica, Politecnico di Milano
Pierluigi Alari, Andrew Pindar and Luca Ruggieri, Energy Consultant

Revision of Japanese Jousing Energy Efficiency Standards, Contents and Trial of a "Next-Generation Standard"
Miyuki Yokoo, Hidetoshi Nakagami, and Chiharu Murakoshi, Jyukankyo Research Institute Inc.
Jun Manabe, Ministry of Construction

Impediments for renewables: an environmental organisation and wind power
Maarten Wolsink, AME, University of Amsterdam

Can a 400 kV transmission line be avoided by a combination of efficient energy measures?
Michel Labrousse, Explicit
Catherine Vallee and Eric Buchet, Geres
Nicolas Noudant, Inestene
Sergio Milano, Soges
Walter Römer, Fichtner

Green electricity labelling in Switzerland: A powerful tool to enhance sustainable energy market penetration?
Rolf Wüstenhagen, Institute for Economy and the Environment, University of St. Gallen
Christian Grasser and Bernd Kiefer, Kiefer & Partners
Christoph Sutter, ETHZ
Bernhard Truffer, EAWAG

Sustainable Afforestation Programmes through Rural Cooperatives - A Joint Implementation Perspective
B. Sudhakara Reddy, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research

Options for Nergy Efficiency Measures in Buildings and Their Impact on CO2 Reduction in the UK
S.R. Samo, Quaid-e-Awan University, Pakistan
K.M. Letherman, UMIST, UK