Towards National Legislation for Climate Protection
Edited by Marjan Peeters, Mark Stallworthy and Javier de Cendra de Larragán
The complex and multifaceted nature of EU climate legislation poses a major challenge for EU member states. This timely book focuses on national climate action, addressing the regulatory responses required for the purposes of meeting greenhouse gas emissions reduction objectives for 2020 (and beyond).
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- Climate Law in EU Member States Towards National Legislation for Climate Protection
- Chapter 1: The rationale for a focus on mitigation law at EU member state level
- Chapter 2: Legal consequences of the Effort Sharing Decision for member state action
- Chapter 3: EU climate and energy law: challenges for member states
- Chapter 4: Regulating greenhouse gas emissions from EU ETS installations: what room is left for the member states?
- Chapter 5: EU state aid law and national climate regulation
- Chapter 6: Prospects for the UK’s national approach to climate law-making
- Chapter 7: Scotland: constraints and opportunities in a devolved system
- Chapter 8: The paradoxical nature of French climate change law in the light of the Grenelle Environmental Round Table
- Chapter 9: German climate and energy legislation: an ambitious but fragmented framework
- Chapter 10: Spanish climate change policy: an ambitious bet on renewable energies
- Chapter 11: Climate law in Poland: towards an overall regulation
- Chapter 12: Implementing the carbon capture and storage regime in the UK: experiences from a front-runner country
- Chapter 13: Biomass or the story of an unfinished coming together of energy and waste: observations on the EU and French legal approach
- Chapter 14: The need for a consistent renewable energy policy in Italy
- Chapter 15: The Dutch focus: a Delta Act for climate adaptation
- Chapter 16: Concluding observations and forward look
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