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The role of climate change in global economic governance

The Climate Change Policy PuzzleIntroductionScientific Foundations and Potential EffectsPolitical Economy of Climate ChangeMitigation, Adaptation, and Global GovernanceTechnology Transfer for Mitigation and AdaptationThemes in Subsequent ChaptersInternational Legal FrameworkIntroductionUN Framework Convention on Climate ChangeSustainable Development PrinciplePrecautionary PrincipleCommon but Differentiated ResponsibilitiesPolluter-Pays PrincipleEnvironmental Impact AssessmentUnilateral Measures and State JurisdictionConclusionUnresolved Issues in WTO LawIntroductionEmerging Climate Change PoliciesEnvironmental Subsidies“Like Products” and Processing and Production MethodsGATT Article XXTechnical Barriers to TradeTechnical regulationsTBT Agreement Article 2.1TBT Agreement Article 2.2International standardsConclusionInternational Investment AgreementsIntroductionWTO Law and International Investment AgreementsInternational Investment and Climate Change MeasuresSubsidiesCarbon taxes and border tax adjustmentsRegulations, labels, and standardsApplying Investment Agreements to Climate MeasuresContractual rightsConnection between measure and investmentPerformance RequirementsNondiscrimination ObligationsMinimum Standard in Customary International LawCompensation for ExpropriationRights of Investors versus Right to RegulateConclusionIntellectual Property Rights for New Plant VarietiesIntroductionTRIPS Article 27UPOV ConventionConvention on Biological DiversityConclusionEconomics of Climate ChangeIntroductionEnvironmental Economics and Climate ChangeCalculating Effects of Climate Change with Macroeconomic ModelsThe Nordhaus modelThe Stern modelThe Weitzman modelThe Llavador—Roemer— Silvestre North—South modelCritiques of macroeconomic models of climate changeClimate Sensitivity Index of CountriesCurrent per capita annual GHG emissionsProportion of a country’s population who are subsistence farmersProportion of a country’s population who are poorConclusionClimate Change and the Financial IndustryIntroductionMitigation Lessons from SO2 MarketCO2 MarketsAdaptation, Mitigation, and InsuranceConclusionClimate FinanceIntroductionMultilateral Financing MechanismsClimate Finance and WTO Subsidies LawFossil Fuel SubsidiesFinancing Adaptation by Subsistence FarmersFinancing Clean Energy ProjectsPrivate Sector Finance and Technology TransferConclusionCreating Incentives and Removing ObstaclesBOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS
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