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This well timed ebook examines the felony and coverage demanding situations in foreign, neighborhood and nationwide settings, confronted by way of constructing international locations in mitigating and adapting to weather swap. With contributions from over 20 overseas students from constructing and constructed international locations, the e-book tackles either long-standing issues and present controversies. It considers the positions of constructing international locations within the negotiation of a brand new overseas felony regime to interchange the Kyoto Protocol and canvasses quite a few family concerns, together with implementation of CDM tasks, governance of model measures and rules of the biofuels undefined. via a special concentrate on the constructing international, this ebook makes an important contribution to figuring out present demanding situations and destiny instructions of weather legislations. it's going to turn out a stimulating learn for felony teachers, undergraduate and graduate legislation scholars and policymakers attracted to the position of constructing international locations in weather switch legislations.
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Climate Law and Developing Countries: Legal and Policy Challenges for the World Economy (New Horizons in Environmental and Energy Law) by Benjamin J. Richardson, Yves Le Bouthillier, Heather Mcleod-kilmurray, Visit Amazon's Stepan Wood Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Stepan Wood,