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The Canadian Regulatory Framework for Carbon Trading: Sailing Away from Consensus while Waiting for the U.S. Federal Scheme

Alain Brophy


always difficult for a jurist, whatever his or her field of expertise, to examine all the complexities and interactions of different laws and regulations. As regards climate change, an international consensus has emerged that prompt collective action is necessary to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Part of the challenge in reducing greenhouse gas emissions lies in setting up a regulatory framework that will lead polluting sources to reduce their emissions at the lowest possible cost. To address that specific issue, the United Nations Framework


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