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AbstractThis article examines benefit-sharing in the context of climate finance. Both benefit-sharing and climate finance are complex, heterogeneous, and fast-developing fields, where the interaction of international human rights law and climate law can create both clarity and confusion....
AbstractThe article analyses the impact of the origins of emission units in transnational climate policy on market participants in the EU ets and the extension of financial-market regulation to the European carbon market. To assess the consequences of the public-private nature of emission units,...
AbstractThe UN Security Council has turned its attention to the link between climate change and security several times. Its members and other UN member states participating in discussions have remained divided over the Council’s engagement. Among vocal opponents are the bric countries: Brazil,...
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