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Bridging the Transatlantic Divide

Bridging the Transatlantic Divide

Legal Aspects of a Link between Regional Carbon Markets in Europe and the United States

An earlier article by Michael Mehling in American University’s Sustainable Development Law and Policy journal  assessed the prospects and legal implications of a link between regional trading systems in the US and the EU emissions trading system, highlighting the relevance of the respective constitutional and legal frameworks for such a link.


Citation

Mehling, Michael 2007: "Bridging the Transatlantic Divide: Legal Aspects of a Link between Regional Carbon Markets in Europe and the United States (link is external)". Sustainable Development Law & Policy, Vol. 7, No. 2, 46-52.
 

Language
English
Publisher
Year
2007
Published In
Journal: Sustainable Development Law & Policy , Vol.7 | Issue 2
Dimension
7 pp.
Table of Contents
  • EDITORS’NOTE by Kelly Rain and Maria Vanko
  • THE IMPACTS OF GLOBALWARMING: THE NEED FOR COOPERATION & LEADERSHIP by Senator Jeff Bingaman
  • STRENGTHENING THE MONTREAL PROTOCOL: INSURANCE AGAINST ABRUPT CLIMATE CHANGE by Donald Kaniaru, Rajendra Shende, Scott Stone, Durwood Zaelke
  • AN OVERVIEW OF THE INTERNATIONAL REGIME ADDRESSING CLIMATE CHANGE by Kyle W. Danish
  • LEGAL AND POLICY FRAMEWORKS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY TO MITIGATE CLIMATE CHANGE by Xiaodong Wang
  • EXISTING LEGAL MECHANISMS TO ADDRESS OCEANIC IMPACTS FROM CLIMATE CHANGE by Lucy Wiggins
  • CLIMATE CHANGE AND FEDERAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW by Lara Hansen and Christopher R. Pyke
  • THE EVOLVING SCOPE OF SIGNIFICANT EFFECTS ON THE ENVIRONMENT: THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT AND CLIMATE CHANGE by Chris McChesney
  • POTENTIAL CAUSES OF ACTION FOR CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS UNDER THE UNITED NATIONS FISH STOCKS AGREEMENT by William C.G. Burns
  • AN ECONOMIC FRAMEWORK FOR COORDINATING CLIMATE POLICY WITH THE MONTREAL PROTOCOL by Stephen J. DeCanio and Catherine S. Norman
  • BRIDGING THE TRANSATLANTIC DIVIDE: LEGAL ASPECTS OF A LINK BETWEEN REGIONAL CARBON MARKETS IN EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES by Michael A. Mehling
  • STATES TACKLE GLOBALWARMING by Dale Bryk
  • IMPLEMENTATION & UTILIZATION OF GEOENGINEERING FOR GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE CONTROL by Alan Carlin
  • THE BIG BLACK HOLE IN THE KYOTO PROTOCOL: WAS THE EXCLUSION OF BLACK CARBON REGULATION A “FATAL FLAW”? by Jon Feldon
  • GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE CREATES A NEW CARBON BUSINESS FOR U.S. COMPANIES by Michael J. Zimmer
Keywords
energy, carbon, trading, legal, , Europe, USA