2010 Carbon & Climate L. Rev. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/cclr2010 and id is 1 raw text is: CCLR 112010

Contents
Editorial                                                              1
Michael Mehling
ARTICLES
Thematic Focus: Developing Countries in the Climate Regime
Technology Transfer in the International Climate Negotiations -
The State of Play and Suggestions for the Way Forward                  3
Christiane Gerstetter, Dominic Marcellino and Elena von Sperber
The Eco-Patent Commons and Environmental Technology Transfer:
Implications for Efforts to Tackle Climate Change                     13
Mark Van Hoorebeek and William Onzivu
Sector No Lose Targets in the Context
of a Post-2012 Climate Agreement                                      30
Martina ES. Hofmann
Gas Flaring in Developing Countries -
Need for Kyoto Mechanisms or Sectoral Crediting Mechanisms?           42
Cathy Suykens
Proposals on Carbon-related Border Adjustments:
Prospects for WTO Compliance                                          51
Kateryna Holzer
Protectionism under a Green Label: Analysis in Light
of the Waxman-Markey Climate Change Bill of 2009                      65
Vijay Bishnoi
Improving the Clean Development Mechanism Post-2012:
A Developing Country Perspective                                      76
Nhan T Nguyen, Minh Ha-Duong, Sandra Greiner and Michael Mehling
General Articles
The Legacy of the Climate Talks in Copenhagen:
Hopenhagen or Brokenhagen?                                            86
Meinhard Doelle

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