Economics of Greenhouse Gas Limitations
The indirect costs and benefits of greenhouse gas limitations:
Hungary Case Study

ISBN: 87-550-2690-7

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background to the Case Studies
1.2 Structure of Report

2 MITIGATION OPTION 1: THE INSTALLATION OF NEW, BETTER-INSULATED WINDOWS
2.1 General Description of The Mitigation Option
2.2 Indirect Effects
2.3 Adjustment to Financial Costs
2.4 Macro-economic Impacts
2.5 Effects on Sustainability
2.6 Full Economic Cost of the Mitigation Option
2.7 Conclusions
2.8 Bibliography
2.9 Appendices

3 MITIGATION OPTION 2: INSTALLATION OF LOW-FLOW FAUCETS AND SHOWER HEADS
3.1 General Description of the Mitigation Option
3.2 Indirect Costs
3.3 Adjustment to Financial Costs
3.4 Macroeconomic Effects
3.5 Effects on Sustainability
3.6 Full Economic Cost of Mitigation Option
3.7 Conclusions
3.8 References
3.9 Appendixes

4 MITIGATION OPTION 3: THE INSTALLATION OF ACTIVE SOLAR WATER
        HEATING SYSTEMS IN THE HOUSEHOLD SECTOR
4.1 General Description of the Mitigation Option
4.2 Assessment of Employment Effects
4.3 Income Distribution and Poverty
4.4 Assessment of Environmental Impacts
4.5 Adjustment to Financial Costs
4.6 Macroeconomic Impacts
4.7 Effects on Sustainability
4.8 Full Economic Cost of the Mitigation Option
4.9 Conclusions
4.10 References
4.11 Appendices

5 MITIGATION OPTION 4: THE INSTALLATION OF COMPACT FLUORESCENT LIGHTS
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Indirect impacts of CFL installations
5.3 Adjustment to financial costs
5.4 Macroeconomic impacts
5.5 Effects on sustainability
5.6 Full economic cost of the mitigation option
5.7 Conclusions
5.8 References
5.9 Appendices

6 SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
6.1 Empirical Results
6.2 Employment Effects
6.3 Environmental Effects
6.4 Sustainability
6.5 Income Distribution and Poverty
6.6 Macro-Economic Effects
6.7 Adjustments to Financial Costs
6.8 Conclusions and Areas for Future Work