The Energy Transition Governance Research Materials

  title={The Energy Transition Governance Research Materials},
  author={Benjamin Boumakani and Victor Byers Flatt and Bernadette Le baut-Ferrarese and alfonso Lopez de la Osa Escribano and Aubin Nzaou and Nathalie Ros},
  journal={SSRN Electronic Journal},
This volume of Energy Transition Governance Research Materials (ERM) is part of legal research on energy transition. It displays a series of legal and policy instruments susceptible to sustain research on the subject matter. First, the ERM focuses on international instruments, a wide array from resolutions of the United Nations General Assembly to regional instruments. Then, it emphasizes the significant role of legislations and regulations which are fostering the transitioning process… 
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