The CDM in China in the Post-2012 Era

  • Xiaoyi Jiang


This chapter discusses the CDM in China in the post-2012 period. First, tendencies of an international climate legal framework for the post-2012 period and the fate of the CDM beyond 2012 are discussed based on the current negotiations until now. Following this, the challenge that China needs to face in the post-2012 period is analyzed. Based on the above, the impact of the CDM on China in the long-term are discussed.


European Union Emission Reduction Clean Development Mechanism Kyoto Protocol Intellectual Property Right 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Xiaoyi Jiang
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  1. 1.China Institute of Boundary and Ocean StudiesWuhan UniversityWuhanPeople’s Republic of China

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