Zerin Savasan: Paris Climate Agreement: A Deal For Better Compliance? Lessons Learned from the Compliance Mechanisms of the Kyoto and Montreal Protocols (Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2019).
ISBN: 978-3-030-14312-1 (Softcover)
ISBN: 978-3-030-14313-8 (EBook)
Doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-14313-8_ (add chapter no.)
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- Provides an in-depth understanding of compliance issue and the existing compliance mechanisms (CMs)
- Elaborates the CMs' features on the basis of case studies
- Discusses the options for an improved compliance system under the Paris Climate Agreement
This book discusses options for an improved compliance system under the Paris Climate Agreement by addressing current weaknesses. The research is based on two cases, the Compliance Mechanisms of the Montreal and Kyoto Protocols and their outcomes in practice. This book analysed the different meanings of the compliance concept of Compliance Mechanisms (CMs) and Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) in chapter 3, on the theories and two basic explanatory models on compliance (chapter 4), on the development of CMs and the limitations of traditional means (chapter 5), and the questions on the CMs under the Kyoto and the Montreal Protocols (chapter 6). Based on its findings, options for an improved compliance system under the Paris Climate agreement are asked (chapter 7). This book
- offers a detailed understanding of compliance and existing compliance mechanisms (CMs),
- elaborates the CMs' present features on the basis of its case studies,
- includes the latest information on CMs and its case studies,
- discusses options for an improved compliance system under the Paris Climate Agreement figuring out the current weaknesses.
Keywords: Compliance, Compliance Mechanism, Paris Climate Agreement, Kyoto Protocol, Montreal Protocol, Paris Agreement Compliance, Mechanism climate change Climate change management, air pollution and air quality
Authors and affiliations
Zerrin Savaşan, Department of International Environmental Law and Politics, Selçuk University, Konya, Turkey