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Issue 1/2008

Table of Contents

Pascal Lamy
Joost Pauwelyn, Francesco Sindico
Heating Up International Trade Law: Challenges and Opportunities Posed by Efforts to Combat Climate Change (abstract) Reading Sample
Richard G. Tarasofsky
French Ideas on Climate and Trade Policies (abstract) Add to Cart
Jochem Wiers
Border Tax Adjustments and Emissions Trading: The Implications of International Trade Law for Policy Design (abstract) Add to Cart
Matthew Genasci
Maximum Carbon Intensity Limitations and the Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade (abstract) Add to Cart
Charles Owen Verrill
WTO Law and International Emissions Trading: Is there Potential for Conflict? (abstract) Add to Cart
Christina Voigt
Climate Change and the International Trade of Biofuels (abstract) Add to Cart
Haroldo Machado-Filho
Will the “Friends of Climate” Emerge in the WTO? The Prospects of Applying the “Fisheries Subsidies” Model to Energy Subsidies (abstract) Add to Cart
Sadeq Z. Bigdeli
Against Harmonisation – Regulatory Competition in Climate Change Law (abstract) Add to Cart
Geert van Calster
The “Legitimate Expectations” of Investors and the CDM: Balancing Public Goods and Private Rights under the Climate Change Regime (abstract) Add to Cart
Jacob D. Werksman
In the Market
The European Emissions Trading Scheme: Coming of Age? An Assessment of the EU Commission Proposal for a Review of the Scheme
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Benjamin Görlach, Hauke Hermann and Olaf Hölzer-Schopohl
Current Developments in Carbon & Climate Law Add to Cart
Camilla Bausch, Michael Mehling, Leonardo Massai, Andrea Hudson Campbell
Book Reviews and New Publications Add to Cart
compiled by Harro van Asselt

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