本研究室新作刊登於德國知名法學出版社之氣候變遷專門期刊( Carbon and Climate Change Law Review,CCLR)

本研究致力於跨大研究出版之範圍

新作乃透過比較法學觀點,詳細比較台灣與歐盟、德國推動減碳之整體法制與架構

也成為刊登在此一期刊之第一位台灣學者

在投稿過程中,CCLR之總編,對於我將各國的法制作這樣的一個蘿蔔一個洞的對比,感到非常有興趣

甚至我也以「動態」與「靜態」之觀點,針對國外法制之發展提出新的研究思路

也算是除了單純比較法外,也針對國外立法體系提出另外一番思考

此期乃氣候變遷法制專刊,有興趣者,請參見下面連結:

 

 

 

CCLR 1/13 – Adaptation and Mitigation in the International Climate Regime  

This latest issue of CCLR – Carbon and Climate Change Law Review – focuses inter alia on the adaptation to and mitigation of the detrimental impacts of climate change. Furthermore special attention is given to the growing body of experience with forest carbon projects as well as on how Taiwan may learn from the German and European policy models in the areas of energy sustainability and greenhouse gas mitigation.

 


 

 

Excerpt of the table of contents:

Articles

Getting Ahead of the Curve: Supporting Adaptation to Long-term Climate Change and Short-term Climate Variability Alike
Alexis Saba, Michela Biasutti, Michael B. Gerrard and David B. Lobell

A Decentralised Approach to Emissions Reductions
Christopher Napoli

Climate Change Mitigation from the Bottom Up: Using Preferential Trade Agreements to Promote Climate Change Mitigation 
Rafael Leal-Arcas

Fostering REDD+ Investment Through Effective Legal Frameworks: Lessons From the Development of Early Forest Carbon Projects
Sophie Chapman and Martijn Wilder

Development of a Legal Framework for Climate Change in Taiwan: Lessons from Europe and Germany
Anton Ming-Zhi Gaoo

In the Market

Emissions Trading in Kazakhstan: Challenges and Issues of Developing an Emissions Trading Scheme
Karl Upston-Hooper

 


 

Reports

Current Developments in Carbon & Climate Law 
Anne-Sophie Tabaum, Leonardo Massai, Kaitlin A. Gregg
To view all contributions, please visit our website: www.lexxion.eu/cclr

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