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This work provides a critical analysis of the political, moral and legal response to climate change in the midst of significant socio-economic policy shifts. Evolving from original EC commissioned research, it examines how climate change was put on the policy agenda, with the evolution of the United Nations Framework Convention and subsequent Conference of Parties. The international team of contributors devote chapters to: climate change policies of different nations, reductions of greenhouse gas emmissions, legal aspects of external competence and moral obligatons, and the political significance of the European experience within the wider global perspectives of America and Asia.
Release date NZ
May 30th, 1996
Edited by Jill Jager
Edited by Timothy O'Riordan
Country of Publication
30 Tables, black and white
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