From Coase to Collaborative Property Decision-Making: Green Economy Innovation
London School of Economics (LSE); Pace Law School
November 20, 2011
Tulane Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property, Vol. 14, 2011
This Article considers the advantages and disadvantages of market-based program design, natural gas regulation, and enhanced international understanding. Transitioning to a green economy involves dedicating efforts towards environmentally sound energy innovation. RGGI, natural gas, and climate change represent sustainability challenges. Optimizing cooperative transboundary green innovation can facilitate inclusive decision-making just as public participation by civil society can help economies transition to environmentally sound energy use. Building upon progress made in the human rights and environment fields can advance both and enhance resilience.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 65
Keywords: Green Economy Innovation, Collaborative Property Decision-Making, RGGI cap & trade, natural gas, fracking, hydraulic fracturing, international law UNFCCC, climate change, sustainable development, environmentally sound energy, public participation, environmental justice Aarhus, human right resilience
JEL Classification: C7, C8, D1, D4, D6, D7, D8, D9, E2, E3, E6, F1, F4, H1, H2, H4, H5, H7, H8, I1, I18, I19, I2I, J1, KAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: November 25, 2011
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