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Climate Law

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A complex legal regime has evolved to frame climate governance, encompassing interconnected public international law, transnational law and private law elements. At the core of the international effort remain the UNFCCC and Kyoto Protocol, which have spawned innovative features such as carbon trading mechanisms and a sophisticated compliance regime. Municipal legislative action dealing with mitigation and adaptation is gathering pace.
Print ISSN:
1878-6553
On-Line ISSN:
1878-6561

Aims & Scope

A complex legal regime has evolved to frame climate governance, encompassing interconnected public international law, transnational law and private law elements. At the core of the international effort remain the UNFCCC and Kyoto Protocol, which have spawned innovative features such as carbon trading mechanisms and a sophisticated compliance regime. Municipal legislative action dealing with mitigation and adaptation is gathering pace.

The focus of the peer-reviewed journal Climate Law is on the many legal issues that arise internationally and at the state level as climate law continues to evolve.

Editor-in-Chief
Dr. Alexander Zahar
Macquarie Law School
Macquarie University
Sydney
Australia
Email: alexander.zahar@mq.edu.au

Book Review Editor
Navraj Singh Ghaleigh
Edinburgh Law School
University of Edinburgh
United Kingdom
Email: n.ghaleigh@ed.ac.uk

Click here for instructions for book reviewers. For the journal`s style sheet, click here.

Editorial Board
Steinar Andresen
Norway

Jutta Brunnée
Canada

Cinnamon P. Carlarne
USA

Achala Chandani Abeysinghe
United Kingdom

Christian Downie
Australia

Michael G. Faure
The Netherlands

Christiana Figueres
United Nations

David Freestone
USA

Navraj Singh Ghaleigh
United Kingdom

Jon Hovi
Norway

Saleemul Huq
United Kingdom

René J.M. Lefeber
The Netherlands

Jolene Lin
China

Gerhard Loibl
Austria

Larry MacFaul
United Kingdom

Jan McDonald
Australia

Ronald B. Mitchell
USA

Sebastian Oberthür
Belgium

Hari Osofsky
USA

Marc Pallemaerts
The Netherlands

Jacqueline Peel
Australia

Marjan Peeters
The Netherlands

Lavanya Rajamani
India

Anuradha RV
India

Dongli Sang
China

Olav Schram Stokke
Norway

Charlotte Streck
The Netherlands

Geir Ulfstein
Norway

Jacob Werksman
European Commission

Farhana Yamin
United Kingdom

Subscription details

Subscription details 2012

Volume 3; 4 issues
Institutional subscription (print and online): US$706 / €505 (including postage and handling)
Institutional subscription (online only): US$650 / €465
Individual subscription (online only): US$165 / €140
Online since volume 1 (2010)

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