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Issue 2/2010.

Table of Contents

Editorial  
Kyle Danish and Megan Ceronsky
Articles
Climate Legislation and Regulation in the United States
US Federal Energy and Climate Change Legislation:
Some Lessons to be Learned from the Waxman-Markey Bill (abstract)
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David Robinson
Market-based Regulation under the Clean Air Act (abstract) Add to Cart
Roger Martella
The SEC’s Interpretive Release on Climate Change Disclosure (abstract) Add to Cart
Jeffrey A. Smith, Matthew Morreale, and Kimberley Drexler
California’s Climate Change Policies: Lessons for the Nation (no abstract available) Add to Cart
Mary D. Nichols
Warming Up to Climate Action –
A Survey of GHG Mitigation through Building Energy Efficiency in City Climate Action Plans (abstract)
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Dana Archer Dolan, Genevieve Borg Soule, Jill Greaney, and Jason Morris
The “Glorious Mess” Comes to Court (abstract) Add to Cart
Raymond Ludwiszewski, Charles Haake, and Stacie Fletcher
General Articles
Product Carbon Footprinting: Calculation and Communication Standards in the Making (abstract) Add to Cart
Cheryl Micallef-Borg
Features
In the Market
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Henry Derwent and Mark Wilson
Country Profile: India Add to Cart
Krishna Ravi Srinivas
Current Developments in Carbon & Climate Law
International, Francesco Sindico
European Union, Leonardo Massai
North America, Megan Ceronsky
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Book Reviews and New Publications Add to Cart
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Reading of Intimate Brussels - Living amongst Eurocrats

30 March 2011, 18.30 pm @ European Parliament

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