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Land Use, Climate Change and Emissions Trading: European and International Legal Aspects of the Post-Kyoto Process

  • Year: 2011
  • Author: Ekardt, Felix; Hennig, Bettina; von Bredow, Hartwig
  • Journal Name: Carbon & Climate Law Review : CCLR
  • Journal Number: Vol.5, No.3
  • Publisher: Lexxion Verlagsgesellschaft mbH
  • Published Location: Berlin, Germany
  • Country: Europe

Land use in general accordingly addresses many aspects. Besides the provision of foodstuff on the premise of long-term global food security, land use should also serve goals like maintaining biodiversity, sustainable supply of raw materials, energy supply, recreation and health.

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