Climate Change Law has been written by the team of UK Government lawyers who negotiated the relevant EU legislation, drafted the UK domestic legislation and advised on the UK implementation of the EU emissions trading scheme. This book is the first comprehensive analysis of the regulatory framework for carbon trading in Europe. It brings together in one volume the first full legal analysis of EU and UK law relating to the EU emissions trading scheme and all the legislative materials necessary to understand this innovative and complex area of enironmental law. It is an essential companion for any professional advising carbon trading in the UK or EU and a userfriendly reference tool for lawyers, carbon traders and those working in regulated industries and financial institutions with in carbon finance.which a decision under Article 11 is a#39;baseda#39; upon the NAP, it raises the question of how broad a provision for amendment subsequent to ... reserved for new entrants, and the allocation of allowances to each installation in each year of the phase.10 Article 44(1) goes on to provide: . ... If it sought to, the Community Independent Transaction Log (CITL) would return a response code meaning a#39;the nationalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Climate Change Law|
|Author||:||J. Robinson, Jonathan Robinson|
|Publisher||:||Cameron May - 2007-01-01|