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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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The Rise and Fall of Carbon Emissions Trading

ISBN13: 9781137490377
Published: July 2015
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £58.00

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The results of the first full-scale emissions trading schemes are in, and their achievements have been modest. The author retraces the steps that have made carbon emissions trading the default climate policy mitigation response in Australia and internationally. Kuch examines environmental regulation and climate change at a critical time in thinking about pollution control, arguing that emissions trading schemes will not be sufficient to 'civilize markets' and prevent dangerous climate change.

Environmental Law
1. The Rise Of Emissions Trading As A Market Mechanism And The Promise Of 'Civilized Markets'
2. Marketizing Civil Regulation: Acid Rain Regulation As The Experimental Bridge To Carbon Markets
3. Governing Carbon Emissions: NSW GGAS
4. The Technopolitics Of National Carbon Accounts
5. 'Economists In The Wild': Clean Development And The Global Politics Of Carbon Offsets
6. The Paradox Of Measurable Counterfactuals And The Fall Of Emissions Trading
7. Beyond 8%: Resituating Emissions Trading