FAIR: Framework to Assess International Regimes for differentiation of commitments
The FAIR model is a tool to analyze environmental and costs implications of climate regimes. The policy decision-support-tool FAIR aims to assess the environmental and abatement costs implications of climate regimes for differentiation of future commitments. The model links long-term climate targets and global reduction objectives with regional emissions allowances and abatement costs, accounting for the used Kyoto Mechanisms.
This site presents a new decision-support tool, developed with the aim of assisting policy makers in evaluating different options for differentiation of future commitments. It is called FAIR (Framework to Assess International Regimes for differentiation of commitments) and was developed at the MNP, former part of the National Institute of Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), in The Netherlands.