1 edition of Responding to non-compliance under the climate change regime found in the catalog.
Responding to non-compliance under the climate change regime
by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris, France
Written in English
|Series||OECD working papers -- vol. VII, no. 29, OECD working papers -- v. 7, no. 29.|
|Contributions||Werksman, Jacob., Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Environment Directorate., Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Environment Policy Committee., United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Annex I Expert Group.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
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Get this from a library. Responding to non-compliance under the climate change regime: OECD information paper. [Jacob Werksman; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Environment Directorate.; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Environment Policy Committee.; Annex I Expert Group on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.;]. Compliance and Enforcement in the Climate Change Regime Meinhard Doelle* * Meinhard Doelle is a Professor at the Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada ([email protected]), where he currently serves as Associate Director of the Marine & Environmental Law Institute.
Parts of this chapter are based on by: 2. As the contours of a post climate regime begin to emerge, compliance issues will require increasing attention. This volume considers the questions that the trends in the climate negotiations raise for the regime's compliance system.
This book responds to two trends in the climate change process: first, its growing complexity, which makes it difficult for newcomers, and even for negotiators familiar with the regime, to make sense of all the rules, institutions, procedures and practices that have developed over the past decade; secondly, the regime’s increasing.
Implementing the Climate Regime describes and analyzes Kyoto’s compliance system. Organized into four parts, Part I describes the emergence and design of the compliance system, while Part II analyzes various challenges to its effective operation--such as the development of norms, verification, and the danger that the use of punitive.
Therefore, it is useful to analyse the safeguards envisaged by climate change compliance procedures according to the core political debates that drove the evolution of the climate regime, that is to say the correct balance between national sovereignty and international oversight (sec Ca below) and considerations of the varied capabilities.
We spell out the further steps required within the WTO to ensure that the trade regime plays a constructive role in reinforcing the proposed GEO and responding to climate change. DIAGNOSIS OF FAILED CLIMATE CHANGE POLICYMAKING AT THE GLOBAL INSTITUTIONAL SCALE.
Progress at the global scale in addressing climate change has been by: 7. 5. A number of other recent agreements have, or are contemplating the use of non-compliance procedures. Examples of the latter include the Basel Convention on the Transboundary Movement of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal and the Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources: see further Redgwell, C., ‘Protection of Ecosystems under Cited by: This book chapter provides an historical and legal introduction to the UN climate change regime.
It reviews the development of the regime, from the emergence of the climate change issue in the. The Climate Change Regime and Adaptation This section explores the ability of the climate change regime to ensure effectiv e and adequate adaptation to impacts not avoided through : Meinhard Doelle.
Implementing the Climate Regime describes and analyses Kyoto's compliance system. Organized into four parts, Part I describes the emergence and design of the compliance system, while Part II analyses various challenges to its effective operation - such as the development of norms, verification and the danger that the use of punitive.
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Penalties for non compliance with the Climate Change Agreement new penalty regime which the EA can impose for non-compliance under the scheme. @ Response documents. Climate Author: Department of Energy & Climate Change.
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In the second largest meeting of its kind, the negotiations advanced, in a balanced fashion, the implementation of. This is the second entry in a three part series on sociological insights about the social causes of climate change in a new book on sociology and climate change.
The book is Climate Change and Society, Sociological Perspectives by Riley Dunlap and Robert Brulle, eds., Oxford University Press,New York. The proactive disclosure and publication requirement s will affect all the contents of this transition Early Actions Book and the accompanying transition materials the Minister will receive on his/her.
The problems are discussed in Jacob Werksman, Responding to Non-Compliance Under the Climate Change Regime (OECD, ); id. in James Cameron, Jacob Werksman, Peter Roderick (eds.), Improving Compliance with International Environmental Law,(Earthscan, ), pp. Cited by:. "Climate change is a pressing international political issue, for which a practical but principled solution is urgently required.
Climate Justice in a Non-Ideal World aims to make normative theorising on climate justice more relevant and applicable to political realities and public policy. Court battle threat hangs over climate change law. The Financial Times and its journalism are subject to a self-regulation regime under the FT Editorial Code of Practice.
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