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Climate Change: International Law and Global Governance
Over the past two decades, Germany has created a sophisticated climate change legislation framework which in many instances implements international and particularly European Union (EU) requirements. This article points out that in some areas Germany has played a pioneering role in shaping the development of EU law. As an environmental problem of truly global scale, climate change mitigation is heavily reliant on the achievement of international consensus. But it also requires effective,doi:10.5771/9783845242781_153 fatcat:77d5xrdcqjdxtktolo25dxbagy