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Climate change: international law and global governance. Volume II, Policy, diplomacy and governance in a changing environment /

Prof. Dr. Oliver C. Ruppel, Prof. Dr. Christian Roschmann, Dr. Katharina Ruppel-Schlichting (eds).

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Names: Ruppel, Oliver Christian, | Roschmann, Christian, | Ruppel-Schlichting, Katharina,
Published: Baden-Baden : Nomos, 2013.
Edition: 1. Edition.
Topics: Climatic changes - Law and legislation. | Climate change mitigation - International cooperation. | LAW / Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice | LAW / International
Genres: Electronic books.
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500 |a"This publication was produced in cooperation with the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung."--Title page verso.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references.
505 00|tPolicy, diplomacy and governance in a changing environment.|tIntersections of law and cooperative global climate governance : challenges in the Anthropocene /|rOliver C. Ruppel --|tInternational climate change policy : where do we stand? /|rNadia von Bassewitz --|tClimate Change Lawfare /|rSiri Gloppen and Asuncion Lera St. Clair --|tGreening permanent sovereignty through the common concern in the climate change regime : awake custodial sovereignty! /|rWerner Scholtz --|tPower in global climate governance /|rBabette Never --|tCBDR as a principle of inspiring actions rather than justifying inaction in the global climate change regime /|rAchala C. Abeysinghe and Gilberto Arias --|tBeyond international climate negotiations : climate diplomacy from a foreign policy perspective /|rDennis Tänzler and Alexander Carius --|tConfronting complex global challenges : comparing the climate change and Law of the Sea negotiations /|rGregg B. Walker --|tUNEP plus X? : A critical assessment of reform : proposals and implications for the international climate regime /|rDirk Hanschel --|tTransdisciplinarity : theory and visions on global transdisciplinary processes for adapting to climate change /|rRoland W. Scholz --|tThe politics of climate change : review and future challenges /|rHolger Haibach and Kathrin Schneider --|tInternational climate finance : policies, structures and challenges /|rCord Lüdemann and Oliver C. Ruppel --|tClimate change law and policy positions in the African Union and related developments in selected African Countries /|rOliver C. Ruppel --|tCouncil of Europe climate law standards and perspectives /|rAgata Rogalska-Piechota --|tRenewable energy policy in the European Union : a contribution to meeting international climate protection goals? /|rChristian Calliess and Christian Hey --|tChina-Africa cooperation : joint engagement in adaptation to climate change /|rWanxin Li, Sven Grimm, and Harrie Esterhuyse --|tThe BRICS Partnership : development and climate change policy from an African perspective /|rOliver C. Ruppel and Katharina Ruppel-Schlichting --|tSustainable and inclusive adaptation to climate change and public policy challenges in Central America /|rJulie G. Lennox --|tMainstreaming sustainable development into national climate change responses : assessing the legal options to reinforce equity /|rRobert Kibugi --|tAgenda 21 and climate protection : the development of global and local governance for environment and development : observations from research in Namibia /|rManfred O. Hinz --|tEthics for climate justice and sustainability through value-based approaches : a new Tanzanian model and paradigm shift /|rAidan G. Msafiri --|tScience, facts and fears : the debate on climate change and security /|rMarcel Leroy and Fana Gebresenbet --|tDangerous anthropogenic climate change from the perspective of adaptation /|rKristie L. Ebi and Ian Burton --|tClimate change, disasters and migration : current challenges to international law /|rErika Pires Ramos --|tEnhancing adaptation options and managing human mobility in the context of climate change : role of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change /|rKoko Warner --|tAdaptation to climate change under changing urban patterns : the climatic perspective of migration /|rMaría Máñez Costa, Kathleen Schwerdtner Máñez, and Sainab Husain Paragay --|tClimate-change-induced movement of persons in Africa : human rights responses to aspects of human security /|rOliver C. Ruppel and Sanita van Wyk --|tFraming the loss and damage debate : a thought starter by the loss and damage in vulnerable countries initiative /|rSönke Kreft, Koko Warner, Sven Harmeling & Erin Roberts --|tLegal and policy responses to loss and damage associated with climate change /|rM. Hafijul Islam Khan --|tInsurance solutions in the context of climate-change-related loss and damage : needs, gaps and roles of the UNFCCC in addressing loss and damage /|rKoko Warner [and 13 others].
520 |aThis two volume study systematically addresses both international climate change law and global climate change governance. It deals with international law and the multiple regulatory regimes which reflect fragmentation in the absence of a universal climate change regime. International climate change law, global climate governance, and diplomacy are interrelated and extremely complex, and each volume explores these areas from a variety of doctrinal, transdisciplinary, and thematic perspectives. *** Volume I [ISBN 978 3 8329 7797 9] assesses the most pressing impacts of climate change on various.
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