3 edition of Climate law and developing countries found in the catalog.
Climate law and developing countries
Benjamin J. Richardson
Includes bibliographic references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Benjamin J. Richardson ... [et al.].|
|Series||New horizons in environmental and energy law series|
|LC Classifications||K3593 .C57 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 425 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||425|
|LC Control Number||2009933405|
Woolley O. () Developing Countries Under the International Climate Change Regime: How Does the Paris Agreement Change Their Position?. In: Yihdego Z., Desta M., Merso F. (eds) Ethiopian Yearbook of International Law Ethiopian Yearbook of International Law, vol Springer, Cham. First Online 10 June Author: Olivia Woolley. Climate Change Liability provides an objective, rigorous and accessible overview of the existing law and the direction it might take in seventeen developed and developing countries and the European Union. In some jurisdictions, the applicable law is less developed and less the subject of current : Paperback.
Written by a global group of leading scholars, this wide-ranging Research Handbook provides insightful analysis, useful historical perspective, and a point of reference on the controversial nexus of climate change law and policy, intellectual property law and policy, innovation policy, technology transfer, and contributors provide a unique review of the scientific Author: Meredith Capps. Developing Countries Dispite the CBDR, developing countries are challenged “to keep up” with developed countries implementing climate change measures (i.e. for ethical, moral but mostly political reasons) “challenge” ≈ conflict of interest, i. e.: economy vs environmental protection or human rights vs env. protection.
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This timely book examines the legal and policy challenges in international, regional and national settings, faced by developing countries in mitigating and adapting to climate contributions from over 20 international scholars from developing and developed countries, the book tackles both long-standing concerns and current : Hardcover.
The book originates from an international conference on Climate Law in Developing Countries Post, co-sponsored by the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law, the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law and Osgoode Hall Law School.
Domestic legislative action dealing with mitigation and adaptation is gathering pace, especially in developing countries. The focus of the peer-reviewed journal Climate Law is on the many legal issues that arise internationally and at the state level as climate law continues to evolve and climate change continues to worsen.
This timely book examines the legal and policy challenges in international, regional and national settings, faced by developing countries in Author: BJ Richardson, Y Bouthillier Le, H McLeod-Kilmurray, S Wood.
Get this from a library. Climate law and developing countries: legal and policy challenges for the world economy. [Benjamin J Richardson] -- "This timely book examines the legal and policy challenges in international, regional and national settings, faced by developing countries in mitigating and adapting to climate change.
With. New Horizons in Environmental and Energy Law series Edited by Benjamin J. Richardson, Yves Le Bouthillier, Heather McLeod-Kilmurray and Stepan Wood This timely book examines the legal and policy challenges in international, regional and national settings, faced by developing countries in mitigating and adapting to climate change.
Book Description. Sincea significant quantity of international climate change finance has begun to reach developing countries. However, the transfer of finance under the international climate change regime – the legal and ethical obligations that underpin it, the constraints on its use, its intended outcomes, and its successes, failures, and future potential – constitutes a.
LRI provides free legal Climate law and developing countries book to poor and particularly climate vulnerable developing countries as well as civil society observer organisations.
It works through a network of lawyers from law firms, barrister chambers and universities in different jurisdictions who give hands-on assistance during meetings, draft legal opinions or build the.
Climate change presents one of the greatest challenges of our time, and has become one of the defining issues of the twenty-first century. The radical changes which both developed and developing countries will need to make, in economic and in legal terms, to respond to climate change are unprecedented.
International law, including treaty regimes, institutions, and. Climate Change and the Law. Newark, NJ: LexisNexis Matthew Bender, E-mail Citation» This book includes a comprehensive approach to climate change and law.
International law is interconnected with other US legal aspects, and the authors show that it is necessary take action on different levels. This is a useful textbook for students. The chapter concludes by proposing options to improve the status quo through adaptive governance at both the international and domestic levels and argues for several substantive, institutional, and procedural mechanisms of international climate law to promote and protect public health in developing countries.
This timely book examines the legal and policy challenges in international, regional and national settings, faced by developing countries in mitigating and adapting to climate change. With contributions from over twenty international scholars from developing and developed countries, the book tackles both long-standing concerns and current by: This book celebrates Kamal Hossain’s lifelong and significant contribution to the development of international law and the cause of developing countries.
It brings together an interview with Hossain by the editors, and thirteen essays written in his honour by scholars representing a wide spectrum of expertise in international law.
Responding to climate change is a global challenge with significant implications for small developing countries. Debate on how trade policy can mitigate the effects of climate change has so far centred on developed countries and the large emerging economies, especially China, Brazil and India, but what are the implications for small and vulnerable economies (SVEs).
This book describes the risks, impacts, measures, actions and adaptation policies that have developed globally as a result of the severe impact of global climate change.
It discusses climate change assessment and vulnerabilities with a focus on urban areas. Climate change, were it severe, might undermine the ability of developing countries to attain millennium development goals and achieve sustainable development.
There is already an outspoken demand for increasing crop yields two-to 3-fold as populations continue to increase, again particularly in the developing countries.
4 - 6. Climate Change, Energy, and Developing Countries Ambuj D. Sagar*, Hongyan H. Oliver**, and Ananth P. Chikkatur*** I. INTRODUCTION Disruption of the global climate, driven by human activities, has emerged over the past few decades as a major issue of concern.
It is now increasingly apparent that the impacts of a changing climate will beFile Size: KB. Sometimes solving climate change seems impossibly complex, and it is hard to know what changes we all can and should make to help. This book offers hope. Drawing on the latest research, Mark Jaccard shows us how to recognize the absolutely essential actions (decarbonizing electricity and transport Cited by: 1.
Climate Change Finance and International Law fills this gap in the legal scholarship. The book analyses the legal obligations of developed countries to financially support qualifying developing countries to pursue globally significant mitigation and adaptation outcomes, as well as the obligations of the latter under the international regime of Cited by: 2.
Authors: Kloeckner, Jane Article Type: Research Article Abstract: Information is power. At the intersection of culture, science, mass communication, and law, this paper argues that information provided by a transparent and internationally harmonized eco-label scheme serves to enhance understanding of public policy choices for mitigating climate change.
As law firms and public interest organizations increasingly develop climate practice areas, the book serves as a crucial resource for practitioners, policymakers and academics. Climate Law and Developing Countries Legal and Policy Challenges for the World Economy by Scott Richardson; Yves Le Bouthillier (Editor); H.
McLeod-Kilmurray (Editor); B Author: Stella Herzig.CDKN book: Mainstreaming climate compatible development. InCDKN launched a digital book, Mainstreaming Climate Compatible Development, which provides insights and lessons learned from practical experience in increasing climate resilience in developing countries.
It informs and supports decision makers, development planners and Type: Alliance: Led by SouthSouthNorth and .This book discusses regional and international climate-change, air- pollution and human-health scenarios.
The research, from both industrialized and developing countries, focuses on region-specific perspectives of climate change impacts on air pollution.