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Volume 2 (2008), Issue 3

Book Reviews and New Publications

Harro van Asselt

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Current Developments in Carbon & Climate Law

Francesco Sindico, Leonardo Massai, Andrea Hudson Campbell, Van Ness Feldman, Kaitlin Gregg

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In the Market Legal and Institutional Frameworks and their Impact on Ecosystem Services Deals

Carina Bracer, Thomas Greiber

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Conservation Carbon: A New Voluntary Market Mechanism to Protect Forests

Robert O’Sullivan, Charlotte Streck

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IV. Payment for Ecosystem Services The Adoption of Private Natural Areas and Payment for Ecosystem Services in Brazil: Analysis of the Oasis Project Legal Scheme

Thais Cercal Dalmina Losso

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Reducing Deforestation and Degradation through Post-colonial Settlement of Land Rights: A Case Study in India

Promode Kant, Wu Shuirong

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Railroads in the Amazon: A Key Strategy for Reducing Deforestation

Virgilio Viana, Mariano Cenamo, Mariana Pavan, Gabriel Carrero, Matthew Quinlan

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III. National Implementation Forestry in the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme: Design and Prospects for Success

Peter Lough, Alastair Cameron

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Bringing the Forest to Market: Structuring Avoided Deforestation Projects

Jennifer Crittenden, Martijn Wilder

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Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Developing Countries: Key Actors, Negotiations and Actions

Catherine Potvin, Andrew Bovarnick

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II. UNFCCC and Consideration of Forestry in a Post-Kyoto Regime Feasibility and Barriers to Entry for Small-scale CDM Forest Carbon Projects: A Case Study from the Northeastern Peruvian Amazon

Jenny Henman, Steven Hamburg, Angel Salazar Ve

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The Nature of the Right or Interest Created by a Market for Forest Carbon

Michelle Passero

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I. Legal Principles of Forest Carbon Forests, Carbon Markets, and Avoided Deforestation: Legal Implications

Charlotte Streck

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