Essential EU Climate Law
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Written by leading scholars of EU climate law from the University of Groningen, the book addresses the relevant directives and regulations, examining their implementation and impact on current policy and academic debate. Chapters guide the reader through key topics including the EU emissions trading system, renewable energy consumption, and carbon capture and storage.
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Combining educational design and analytical accuracy, this book will be an indispensable guide for both students and professionals. It is highly recommended for courses on EU climate mitigation law, as well as climate law, energy law, environmental law and EU law.
Written by leading scholars of EU climate law from the University of Groningen, chapters address the relevant directives and regulations, examining their implementation and impact on current policy and academic debate. The textbook introduces the main climate mitigation targets and instruments of the EU, analysing all available legal instruments to mitigate climate change, ranging from greenhouse gas emissions trading to the use of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency mechanisms. In addition, the book provides an analysis of some overarching issues, such as the impact of climate law on energy network regulation, multi-level governance and protection of human rights.
?Taken together, the work, in its 12 chapters, masters the self-imposed task of compactly presenting the EU climate law framework in an excellent manner.?
PART I INTRODUCTION
1 Purpose, approach and outline of the book 2
2 EU climate policy 10
PART II ESSENTIAL EU CLIMATE LAW
3 EU emissions trading system 44
4 Regulation of emissions from non
-ETS sectors 74
5 Renewable energy consumption 98
6 Energy efficiency 130
7 Carbon capture and storage 156
8 Regulation of fluorinated gases 190
PART III OVERARCHING ISSUES IN EU CLIMATE REGULATION
9 EU climate law and energy network regulation 207
-level governance in EU climate law 237
11 Human rights and EU climate law 259
PART IV CONCLUSION
12 The past and possible future of EU climate law 294