Legal and Policy Challenges for the World Economy
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.
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- Climate Law and Developing Countries Legal and Policy Challenges for the World Economy
- Chapter 1: Introduction: Climate Law and Developing Countries
- Chapter 2: Climate Change, Differentiated Responsibilities and State Responsibility: Devising Novel Legal Strategies for Damage Caused by Climate Change
- Chapter 3: India’s Constitutional Challenge: A Less Visible Climate Change Catastrophe
- Chapter 4: Promoting Justice within the International Legal System: Prospects for Climate Refugees
- Chapter 5: Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples in the South Pacific: The Need for Regional and Local Strategies
- Chapter 6: Supporting Adaptation in Developing Countries at the National and Global Levels
- Chapter 7: Designing a REDD Mechanism: The TDERM Triptych
- Chapter 8: The Role of Marine ‘Forests’ and Soils as Carbon Sinks: Enhanced Bio-Sequestration as a Mitigation Strategy to Help Avoid Dangerous Climate Change
- Chapter 9: Adaptation to Climate Change to Save Biodiversity: Lessons Learned from African and European Experiences
- Chapter 10: The Deadlock of the Clean Development Mechanism: Caught between Sustainability, Environmental Integrity and Economic Efficiency
- Chapter 11: Beautifying Africa for the Clean Development Mechanism: Legal and Institutional Issues Considered
- Chapter 12: Policy and Legal Dimensions of CDM Projects in the Forestry Sector: Implications for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Uganda
- Chapter 13: Brazilian Policy on Biodiesels: A Sound Means of Mitigating Climate Change?
- Chapter 14: Improving Citizen Responsibility in the North and its Consequences for the South: Voluntary Carbon Offsets and Government Involvement
- Chapter 15: Climate and Trade in a Divided World: Can Measures Adopted in the North End Up Shaping Climate Change Legislative Frameworks in the South?
- Chapter 16: Climate Change in the European Union Development Cooperation Policy
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