Against harmonisation – Regulatory competition in climate change law

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With climate change laws spreading fast across the globe, measures are underway to promote international harmonisation of States’ responses. Common assumption dictates that such harmonisation helps create a level playing field and hence contributes to international trade. In this contribution, I shall review whether that assumption holds (what are the attractions of regulatory competition in this area), and whether the World Trade Organisation is necessarily best served by a one size fits all approach for climate change laws.

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