Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol: The Role of Institutions and Instruments to Control Global Change

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Michael G. Faure, Joyeeta Gupta, A. Nentjes
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Political Science - 384 pages
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'It is always a pleasure to announce a good book. Given the Kyoto Protocol, the 15 essays collected in this book discuss how it can be translated into efficient policy. . . The book is well produced, has a thorough index, and should be on the shelf of every environmental regulator and those who teach environmental economics, politics and regulation.Õ Ð JŸrgen Backhaus, European Journal of Law and Economics The Kyoto Protocol was a milestone event in the process of getting global climate change on to the political agenda and taking the first tentative steps towards internationally co-ordinated action. This book brings together researchers from the disciplines of law, economics, political science and sociology to analyse the instruments which have been set up to manage climate change and the institutional shifts that are required for the reduction of greenhouse gases (GHGs).

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