2009 Carbon & Climate L. Rev. I (2009)

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Preface                                                                 1
Hans Jiirgen Stehr
Editorial                                                               2
Karl Upston-Hooper, Michael Mehling and Elisabeth DeMarco
Thematic Focus: Reforming the CDM: Aspects of Law & Governance
Governance Reform of the Clean Development Mechanism after Pozna5       5
Ray Purdy
Transitioning from the CDM to a Clean Development Fund                 16
Grant Boyle, Jennifer Kirton, Rudi M. Lof and Tanya Nayler
Addressing Market Failures in the CDM: A Funding-based Approach        25
Rudi M. Lof
An Appellate Body for the Clean Development Mechanism:
A Due Process Requirement                                              31
Moritz von Unger and Charlotte Streck
Enhanced Governance and Dispute Resolution for the CDM                 45
Ilona Millar and Martijn Wilder
Enhancing the Role of the CDM in Accelerating Low-Carbon
Technology Transfers to Developing Countries                           58
Wytze van der Gaast and Katherine Begg
Paving the Road to Legitimacy for CDM Institutions and Procedures:
Learning from Other Experiences in International Environmental Governance  69
Francesca Romanin Jacur
General Articles
The Adaptation Fund after Pozna5                                       79
Ralph Czamecki and Kaveh Guilanpour
Exploring Uncertainties in the EU ETS:
Learning by Doing Continues Beyond 2012                              88
Marian Peeters and Stefan Weishaar
Distributive Justice, Competitiveness, and Transnational Climate Protection:
One Human - One Emission Right                                      102
Felix Ekardt and Antonia von Hbvel

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