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Emissions Trading and WTO Law: A Global Analysis


ISBN13: 9781783474417
Published: March 2015
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £75.00



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Emissions trading is an economic legal framework designed to address the global environmental crisis of climate change. This book analyses the broader impacts of these frameworks - particularly the relationship between emissions trading schemes and the WTO.

Felicity Deane focuses primarily on the rules of the WTO as a tool to demonstrate where the boundaries exist for acceptable interface with international trade. She explores the meaning of goods and products, services, subsidies and border adjustments within the context of the WTO rules and considers the impacts of these definitions on emissions trading frameworks.

Academics and students with an interest in WTO and the convergence of trade and environment will find this an insightful book. The points raised will also be useful to legal professionals, economists and policy makers involved in emissions trading practices.

Subjects:
Environmental Law, International Trade
Contents:
1. Introduction
2. Contextual Elements of Emissions Trading
3. The Law of the Wto and Emissions Trading
4. The Classification of Ghg Tradeable Instruments as Goods
5. Emissions Trading and the General Agreement on Trade in Services
6. The Subsidies of Emissions Trading Schemes
7. The Border Adjustments of Emissions Trading Schemes
8. Conclusion
Index