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          国际 Climate Change Law and Policy

          Wednesday, 10 June 2020 — Wednesday, 8 July 2020

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          位置: Free Online Short Course |

          持续时间: 4周|

          功夫: 2-3 hours per week |

          成本: FREE - Certificate for US$49 |



          Learn more about the course.

          Learn about the evolution and architecture of international law and policy to combat climate change. Take a close look at the 2015 Paris Agreement (UNFCCC) from both a legal and economic perspective.


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          国际 Climate Change Law and Policy will discuss a range of controversial debates, reflecting the highly politicised nature of international Climate Change Law.

          The course is of particular interest to professionals in environmental and resources sectors, public policy, government sector, non-government sector and private sector (e.g. sustainability consulting).


          • Critically assess the causes of Climate Change and distinguish its impacts in relation to different countries and generations
          • Understand the legal principles, rules and institutions of the international climate change regime
          • Explain how markets function and fail by applying the Theory of Externalities
          • Compare and contrast Taxes and Cap-and-Trade, with a focus on efficiency and effectiveness
          • Demonstrate intercultural awareness and sensitivity to the social and economic perspectives of other nations.


          Week 1: Introduction to Climate Change and the Social 成本 of Carbon

          Week 2: Evolution and Architecture of the 国际 Climate Change Regime

          Week 3: Climate Change Policy and The Theory of Externalities

          Week 4: How Prices Can Save the Global Climate: The Standard-Price-Approach.

          Meet the instructors


          Associate Professor Sven Rudolph

          Professor Christopher Kellet


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