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36 Monash U. L. Rev. [i] (2010)

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Volume 36, Number 1, 2010
FOREWORD
Global Warming After the Obama Accord
Ross Garnaut   1
ADDRESS
Climate Change in the Courts
The Hon Chief Justice Brian J Preston  15
ARTICLES
How Australia Once Led the World
Tim Bonyhady  54
'The Hour When the Ship Comes in': A Convention for Persons
Displaced by Climate Change
David Hodgkinson, Tess Burton, Heather Anderson and
Lucy Young  69
Explaining Unilateral Cooperative Actions: The Case of
Greenhouse Gas Regulations
Urs Luterbacher and Peter Davis 121
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation
in Developing Countries
Lee Godden, Anne Kallies, Rodney J Keenan and Jacqueline Peel 139
Smart Grids: Opportunities for Climate Change Mitigation and
Adaptation
Rosemary Lyster  173
The Legal and Economic Bases for an Emissions Trading Scheme
Leslie A Stein 192
What Rough Beast? Copenhagen and Creating a Successor
Agreement to the Kyoto Protocol
Dr Gerry Nagtzaam  215
Emissions Trading - Has Australia Found the Right Balance?
Dr Bruno Zeller 238
Passing Through Carbon Costs under the Carbon Pollution
Reduction Scheme
Renee Garner and Rachael Wong  260
Climate Change and the Copenhagen Legacy:
Where to From Here?
Rowena Cantley-Smith  278
Transfer of Carbon Liability under the Proposed Carbon Pollution
Reduction Scheme
Grant Anderson  304
A Property Law Perspective on the Current Australian Carbon
Sequestration Laws, and the Green Paper Model
Marianna Parry  321

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