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Climate Change in Asia Perspectives on the Future Climate Regime

By: Yasuko Kameyama, Agus P Sari, Soejachmoen, Meokti H and Norichika Kanie
Climate Change in Asia
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Looking beyond the Kyoto Protocol's first containment period, an intense and growing international debate over the future climate change regime has emerged. Countries in Asia have particularly high stakes in this regime given the region's high population, growing greenhouse gas emissions, burgeoning economies and vulnerabilities to the impact of climate change. Limited capacity, however, has hampered the participation of many Asian countries in the international debate.

This book is the result of a two-year study of domestic institutional processes in Asia to address climate change issues, national circumstances that impede countries from fully participating in the international debate and elements of a plausible climate regime from an Asian perspective. It serves to identify the institutional dimensions of climate change and, importantly, identifies linkages between climate change and sustainable development.

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By: Yasuko Kameyama, Agus P Sari, Soejachmoen, Meokti H and Norichika Kanie
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