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Legal and Institutional Dimensions of the Copenhagen Regime

Legal and Institutional Dimensions of the Copenhagen Regime

Legal and Institutional Dimensions of the Copenhagen Regime – this is the title of the most recent issue of the Carbon & Climate Law Review (CCLR). Camilla Bausch, Ralph Czarnecki and Michael Mehling edited this issue, which opens the stage for a timely discussion on the most recent international climate negotiations. It features a preface by Congressman Edward J. Markey, who co-authored the successful climate and energy bill for the U.S. House of Representatives.

The 10 articles listed below, written by authors from both industrialized and developing countries, deal with issues such as the legal form of the post-2012 regime, stakeholder-based post 2012 policy scenarios, the future of the carbon market, technology transfer and financing, as well as reductions of emissions from deforestation and degradation (REDD). A section on current developments updates readers on recent market trends, political decisions, new literature and relevant events.

The most recent Carbon and Climate Law Review can be ordered directly by Lexxion – The Legal Publisher at a price of 97.37 Euro.


Citation

Bausch, Camilla; Ralph Czarnecki and Michael Mehling 2009: "Editorial "Legal and Institutional Dimensions of the Copenhagen Regime"". Carbon & Climate Law Review, Vol. 3, No. 3.

Language
English
Publisher
Year
2009
Published In
Journal Website: Carbon & Climate Law Review (CCLR) , Vol.3 | No.3.
ISSN
1864-9904
Dimension
2 pp.
Table of Contents
  • Preface
    Edward J. Markey
  • Editorial
    Camilla Bausch, Ralph Czarnecki, Michael Mehling
  • Articles
    Thematic Focus: Legal and Institutional Dimensions of the Copenhagen Regime
    • One, Two or One and a Half Protocols? An Assessment of Suggested Options for the Legal Form of the Post-2012 Climate Regime (abstract)
      Lutz Morgenstern
    • Stakeholder-based Scenarios for Post-2012 Climate Policy: A Participatory Approach (abstract)
      Ronal Gainza-Carmenates, J. Carlos Altamirano-Cabrera, Philippe Thalmann and J. Luis Carrasco-Terceros
    • Climate Change, Justice, and Clean Development – A Review of the Copenhagen Negotiating Draft (abstract)
      Felix Ekardt, Anne-Katrin Exner and Sibylle Albrecht
    • The Carbon Market and the Post-2012 Climate Regime: Key Legal Scenarios (abstract)
      Kati Kulovesi
    • Institutional Mechanisms to Address the AAU Reserves in a Post-2012 Agreement (abstract)
      Alexander Averchenkov and Alina Averchenkova
    • Identifying Countries that are Particularly Vulnerable to the Adverse Effects of Climate Change: An Academic or a Political Challenge? (abstract)
      Richard J.T. Klein
    • Technology Transfer and Financing: Issues for Long Term Climate Policy in Developing Countries (abstract)
      Ujjwal Kacker
    • Community-based Monitoring, Reporting and Verification of REDD Projects: Innovative Potentials for Benefit Sharing (abstract)
      Kristy Graham and Amelia Thorpe
    • Taking Adaptation Value Seriously: Designing REDD to Protect Biodiversity (abstract)
      Andrew Long
    • In the REDD: A Conservative Approach to Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (abstract)
      Max Collett
  • General Articles
    • (De)Centralized Law-making in the Revised EU ETS (abstract)
      Josephine A.W. van Zeben
    • Suspension of Eligibility to Use of the Kyoto Flexible Mechanisms: A Review of Substantive Issues (Part 2) (abstract)
      Uloma Onuma
  • Features
    • In the Market
      With commentaries by Chris Staples, Partha Malvadkar, and Jonathan Phillips
      Tom Duvall and Rutger de Witt Wijnen
    • Current Developments in Carbon & Climate Law International
      Rodolfo Godínez Rosales
    • European Union
      Leonardo Massai North America, Megan Ceronsky
    • Book Reviews and New Publications
      compiled by Harro van Asselt
Keywords
CCLR, climate, Copenhagen, post 2012, legal form, carbon market, emission trading, REDD, deforestation, technology transfer, financing, MRV, Markey,