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The implementation of climate change mitigation policy after Paris Agreement : A comparative study on EU, AU, China and Korea

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Title The implementation of climate change mitigation policy after Paris Agreement
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A comparative study on EU, AU, China and Korea

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Kim, Eunjung; Weishaar, Stefan; Bhatta, Anil; Zhang, Xiaoping

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[Sejong, South Korea] : Korea Legislation Research Institute

Date 2016
Series Title; No 기후변화법제 연구 / 16-19-3
Pages 260
Subject Country Africa(Africa)
China(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Europe(Europe)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < General
Territorial Development < Environment
Holding Korea Legislation Research Institute
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Ⅰ. Background and Purpose
□ With its clear goal, universal participation and innovative mechanism, Paris Agreement is a major step forward beyond Kyoto Protocol under UNFCCC.
○ As the world largest carbon emitters, the developed countries or fuel fossil exporters, EU, AU, China and Korea are the integral actors in any movement that will stabilize the global climate at conditions suited to sustainable development for Environmental protection and quality of life around the world.
○ For a better understanding of their climate laws and policies as well as a better cooperation among those countries and other countries in the world, a comprehensive study of the evolvement of the chosen 4 countries’ climate regime at pre and post-Paris era is of great importance both in theory and in practice.
□ Many countries such as EU, AU, China and Korea have signed the Paris Agreement and have ratified this Agreement.
○ They are going to plan and operate (Intended) Nationally Determined Contributions that are to be implemented between 2020 and 2030. (The rest omitted)