The International Climate Change Regime: A Guide to Rules, Institutions and Procedures

@inproceedings{Yamin2005TheIC,
  title={The International Climate Change Regime: A Guide to Rules, Institutions and Procedures},
  author={Farhana Yamin and Joanna Depledge},
  year={2005}
}
Foreword Preface and acknowledgments 1. Introduction 2. Overview 3. Regime participants 4. Objective and principles 5. Mitigation commitments 6. Flexibility mechanisms 7. Research, systematic observation, education and public awareness 8. Adaptation 9. Impacts of response measures 10. Finance, technology and capacity-building 11. Reporting and review 12. Compliance 13. Institutions 14. The negotiation process 15. Scientific and technical input 16. Administering the regime 17. Linkages 18… 
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