2013 CCLR I (2013)

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Editorial                                                                   1
Michael Mehling
Getting Ahead of the Curve: Supporting Adaptation to
Long-term Climate Change and Short-term Climate Variability Alike           3
Alexis Saba, Michela Biasutti, Michael B. Gerrard and David B. Lobell
A Decentralised Approach to Emissions Reductions                           24
Christopher Napoli
Climate Change Mitigation from the Bottom Up:
Using Preferential Trade Agreements to Promote Climate Change Mitigation   34
Rafael Leal-Arcas
Fostering REDD+ Investment Through Effective Legal Frameworks:
Lessons From the Development of Early Forest Carbon Projects               43
Sophie Chapman and Martijn Wilder
Development of a Legal Framework for Climate Change in Taiwan:
Lessons from Europe and Germany                                            54
Anton Ming-Zhi Gao
In the Market
Emissions Trading in Kazakhstan: Challenges and Issues of Developing
an Emissions Trading Scheme                                                71
Karl Upston-Hooper
Current Developments in Carbon & Climate Law
International                                                            74
Anne-Sophie Tabau
European Union                                                           75
Leonardo Massai
North America                                                            77
Kaitlin A. Gregg

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