Call No. K3585.5 .C55 2013
Title Climate change and the law / Erkki J. Hollo, Kati Kulovesi, Michael Mehling, editors.
Location Volume/Copy Barcode Status
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1.Introduction: Climate Change and the Law / Erkki J. Hollo1
pt. I Climate Law as an Emerging Discipline 
2.Implementing Climate Governance: Instrument Choice and Interaction / Michael Mehling11
3.Exploring the Landscape of Climate Law and Scholarship: Two Emerging Trends / Kati Kulovesi31
4.Climate Change and Justice: Perspectives of Legal Theory / Felix Ekardt63
pt. II International Climate Law - Architecture and Institutions 
5.Foundations of International Climate Law: Objectives, Principles and Methods / Rowena Maguire83
6.Alternative Venues of Climate Cooperation: An Institutional Perspective / Michael Mehling111
7.Analyzing Soft Law and Hard Law in Climate Change / Antto Vihma143
8.Compliance and Enforcement in the Climate Change Regime / Meinhard Doelle165
pt. III International Climate Law - Cross-Cutting Issues 
9.The New Framework for Climate Finance Under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change: A Breakthrough or an Empty Promise? / Kati Kulovesi191
10.Climate Justice: The Clean Development Mechanism as a Case Study / Tomilola Eni-ibukun225
11.Legal Aspects of Climate Change Adaptation / Jonathan Verschuuren257
12.Climate Change and Human Rights / Leena Heinamaki287
pt. IV International Climate Law - Sectoral Issues 
13.Managing the Fragmentation of International Climate Law / Harro van Asselt329
14.No Need to Reinvent the Wheel for a Human Rights-Based Approach to Tackling Climate Change: The Contribution of International Biodiversity Law / Elisa Morgera359
15.The Role of REDD in the Harmonisation of Overlapping International Obligations / Annalisa Savaresi391
16.Climate Change and Trade: At the Intersection of Two International Legal Regimes / Kati Kulovesi419
17.Climate Law and Geoengineering / Ralph Bodle447
pt. V Comparative Climate Law 
18.Climate Law in the United States: Facing Structural and Procedural Limitations / David John Frenkil473
19.Canada and the Kyoto Protocol: An Aesop Fable / Jose Otero489
20.Climate Law and Policy in the European Union: Accidental Success or Deliberate Leadership? / Javier de Cendra509
21.Climate Law in Germany / Felix Ekardt523
22.Climate Law in the United Kingdom / Colin T. Reid537
23.Climate Law and Policy in Russia: A Peasant Needs Thunder to Cross Himself and Wonder / Yulia Yamineva551
24.Australia: From "No Regrets" to a Clean Energy Future? / David Hodgkinson567
25.Climate Law and Policy in Japan / Hitomi Kimura585
26.Sustainable Development and Climate Policy and Law in China / Christopher Tung597
27.India's Evolving Climate Change Strategy / Patodia Rastogi605
28.Climate Change Responses in South Africa / Ed Couzens619
29.Climate Change Policy and Legislation in Brazil / Haroldo Machado-Filho639
30.Climate Law in Latin American Countries / Eugenia Recio653
Published Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, c2013.
Description xxi, 693 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Ius gentium : comparative perspectives on law and justice ; v. 21
Ius gentium (Dordrecht, Netherlands) ; v. 21.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Climatic changes -- Law and legislation.
Added Author Hollo, Erkki J., 1940-
Kulovesi, Kati.
Mehling, Michael.
ISBN 9789400754393 (hbk. : alk. paper)
9400754396 (hbk. : alk. paper)
OCLC No. or Control No. 805044676