Series Editors: Peter D Cameron, Pieter Bekker, Volker Roeben, Leonie Reins and Crina Baltag
Energy policy and energy law are undergoing rapid global transformation, characterised by the push in favour of decarbonisation. The 2015 Sustainable Development Goals and the 2015 Paris Agreement on international climate action have forged a consensus for a pathway to a universal just transition towards a low-carbon economy for all states and all societies.
This series publishes conceptual work that help academics, legal practitioners and decision-makers to make sense of these transformational changes. The perspective of the series is global. It welcomes contributions on international law, regional law (for example, from the EU, US and ASEAN regions), and the domestic law of all states with emphasis on comparative works that identify horizontal trends, and including transnational law. The series’ scope is comprehensive, embracing both public and commercial law on energy in all forms and sources and throughout the energy life-cycle from extraction, production, operation, consumption and waste management/decommissioning. The series is a forum for innovative interdisciplinary work that uses the insights of cognate disciplines to achieve a better understanding of energy law and policy in the 21st century.
Law, Policy and Regulation in Low-Carbon Energy Markets
Edited by : Tade Oyewunmi, Penelope Crossley, Frédéric Gilles Sourgens, Kim Talus Edition : 1st ISBN: 9781509932924 Published : 26-11-2020 Format : EPUB eBook Series : Global Energy Law and Policy RRP: £85.50 Online price: £68.40 Saving: Save £17.10 (20%)