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Title The governance of climate relations between Europe and Asia : evidence from China and Vietnam as key emerging economies / edited by Hans Bruyninckx [and three others]
Imprint Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, [2013]
©2013
book jacket
LOCATION CALL # STATUS OPACMSG BARCODE
 Euro-Am Studies Lib  363.738 G7462 2013    AVAILABLE  -  30500101488180
 人文社會聯圖  QC903 .G685 2013    AVAILABLE    30660020172826
IntroductionGoverning climate relations between Europe and Asia in a restructuring world order / David Belis, Hans Bruyninckx, Qi Ye, Nguyen Quang Thuanp.1
Pt. I.The European Union, China and the global governance of climate change 
 The increasingly complex nature EU-China climate relations / Hans Bruyninckx, Qi Yep.25
 China, the European Union and global environmental governance: the case of climate change / David Belis, Simon Schunzp.51
 Explaining the development of China's renewable energy policies: comparing wind and solar power / Sarah Van Eynde, Chang Pei-feip.76
 Cap or tax? exploring the pential for a carbon tax or emissions trading in China / Kris Bachus, Cao Jingp.107
 The governance of the CDM in China: achievements and deiciencies / David Belis, Bui Viet Hung, Nguyen Bich Thuanp.128
Pt. II. EU-Vietnam climate relations : a study of the clean development mechanism 
 The role and dynamics of the clean development mechanism in EU-vietman climate relations / David Belisp.157
 The vietnamese regulatory framework for the clean development mechanism / Nguyen Quang Thuan, Tran Thi Thu Huyenp.189
 Public-private partnerships in CDM implementation in vietnam / Dinh Thi Ngoc Bich, Sarch Van Eyndep.205
 Opportunities and challenges for vietnamese enterprises involved in the CDM / Nguyen An Ha, Dang Minth Ducp.226
 Case-study of vietnamese hydropower CDM project: shortcomings and barries / Sarch Van Eynde, Nguyen An Ha 
Pt. III. ConclusionThe governance of climate relations between Europe and Asia in the "pivotal decade" (2010-2020): evidence from China and Vietnam / David Belis, Hans Bruyninckxp.273
Descript xx, 318 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Series Leuven global governance
Leuven global governance
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Pt. I. The European Union, China and the global governance of climate change -- pt. II. EU-Vietnam climate relations : a study of the clean development mechanism -- pt. III. Conclusion
"This book is very timely ... it provides important insights for bilateral cooperation and international negotiations. These lessons go beyond EU-China and EU-Vietnam relations. Many of them are applicable to other countries in Asia, a region which will remain a key priority for EU foreign and climate policy, not least as the EUs largest trading partner. From the foreword by Jos Delbeke, Director General, EC DG Climate Action The Governance of Climate Relations between Europe and Asia offers a thorough empirical study of the most fundamental dynamics involved in EU climate relations with China and Vietnam in the context of global climate governance. This book presents a study of the most important governance processes in current EU-Asia climate relations. It focuses on in-depth empirical case studies, offering a comprehensive relational perspective. Contributions on China cover the most essential issues, interests and actors, while the inquiry of EU-Vietnam relations mainly focuses on the Clean Development Mechanism as the main channel of bilateral climate action. This landmark study will appeal to both policymakers and practitioners faced with the extraordinary task of managing the increasingly complex and multilevel interactions of current EU-Asia climate relations as well as global carbon market watchers and professionals dealing with emissions trading in the European Union, China and Vietnam. It will also be of interest to scholars and postgraduate students of international relations, Chinese and EU foreign policy, global environmental and climate governance and international law."--Back cover
Subject Climatic changes -- Government policy
Climatic changes -- International cooperation
European Union countries -- Relations -- Asia
Asia -- Relations -- European Union countries
Alt Author Bruyninckx, Hans, 1964- editor of compilation
Edward Elgar Publishing
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