Monday, January 28, 2008

Douma, Massai, & Montini: The Kyoto Protocol and Beyond: Legal and Policy Challenges of Climate Change

Wybe Th. Douma (T.M.C. Asser Institute), Leonardo Massai (T.M.C. Asser Institute), & Massimiliano Montini (Università degli Studi, Siena) have published The Kyoto Protocol and Beyond: Legal and Policy Challenges of Climate Change (T.M.C. Asser Press 2007). Contents include:

  • Wybe Th. Douma & Leonardo Massai, Introduction
  • Feng Gao, The International Climate Regime: where do we stand?
  • Leonardo Massai, Legal challenges in European climate policy
  • Nick Farnsworth, The EU Emissions Trading Directive: time for revision?
  • Wytze Van Der Gaast, The role of joint implementation within the context of EU policies
  • Axel Michaelowa, Jorund Buen, Arne Eik, & Elisabeth Lokshall, The market potential of large-scale non-CO2 CDM projects
  • Matthieu Wemaere, Legal nature of Kyoto units
  • Charlotte Streck, Marketing CERs: legal and contractual issues for sellers
  • Massimiliano Montini, The compliance regime of the Kyoto Protocol
  • Michael Mehling, Implementation of the Kyoto Protocol in Germany: designing an integrated management scheme for greenhouse gases
  • Wybe Douma & Daria Ratsiborinskaya, The Russian Federation and the Kyoto Protocol
  • Marina Olshanskaya, Legal and institutional barriers to Kyoto Protocol implementation in non-Annex I countries in South-Eastern Europe and CIS
  • Joyeeta Gupta, Developing countries and the post-Kyoto regime: breaking the tragic lock-in of waiting for each other’s strategy
  • Wouter Veening, Climate change, security and forests
  • Chris Dekkers & Machtelt Oudenes, EU ETS in the post-2012 regime: lessons learned
  • Erik Haites, The São Paulo proposal for an agreement on future international climate policy
  • Robert Tippmann, Stakeholder views on approaches and instruments for continued and future climate change mitigation efforts post-2012