Gerd Winter

University of Bremen Faculty of Law

Universitaetsallee GW I

Bremen, 28365

Germany

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (13)

1.

The Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and Benefit Sharing: What is New and What are the Implications for Provider and User Countries and the Scientific Community?

Law & Development Journal (LEAD), Vol. 6, No. 3 pp. 248-263, 2010
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 21 Nov 2012
Evanson Kamau, Bevis Fedder and Gerd Winter
University of Bremen - Faculty of Law, University of Bremen - Faculty of Law and University of Bremen Faculty of Law
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genetic resources, access and benefit sharing

2.

The True Face of Better Regulation Regarding Environmental Policy

University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2015-10
Number of pages: 5 Posted: 15 Jan 2015
Universidade de Coimbra, Peter Pazmany Catholic University, University of Fribourg, Fridtjof Nansen InstituteDepartment of Public and International Law, Université de Rennes 1, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Opole University, University of Maribor, University of Bremen, Ghent University, University College London - Faculty of Laws, Department of Business and Law, University of Siena, University of Zagreb, Facultés Universitaires Saint Louis à Bruxelles, University of the Basque Country, University of Tartu and University of Bremen Faculty of Law
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An Introduction to the International ABS Regime and a Comment on Its Transposition by the EU

Law, Environment and Development Journal, Vol. 9, No. 2, 2013
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 31 Jan 2014
Evanson Kamau and Gerd Winter
University of Bremen - Faculty of Law and University of Bremen Faculty of Law
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Access to genetic resources, benefit sharing, biodiversity, genetic resources, Nagoya Protocol, traditional knowledge.

4.

Climate Engineering and International Law: Last Resort or the End of Humanity?

Number of pages: 13 Posted: 31 Mar 2013
Gerd Winter
University of Bremen Faculty of Law
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geo engineering, climate engineering, solar radiation management

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Balancing Environmental Risks and Socio-Economic Benefits of Alternatives: A General Principle and its Application in Natura 2000

Number of pages: 17 Posted: 21 Nov 2012
Gerd Winter
University of Bremen Faculty of Law
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environmental impact analysis, cost benefit analysis, alternatives testing

6.

Genetic Resources, Traditonal Knowledge and the Law. Introduction

in: Kamau/Winter (2009) Genetic resources, traditional knowledge and the law. Solutions for access and benefit sharing, London, Earthscan, pp. xxiii-xxxiii
Number of pages: 8 Posted: 15 Jul 2015
Evanson Kamau and Gerd Winter
University of Bremen - Faculty of Law and University of Bremen Faculty of Law
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Genetic resources, traditional knowledge, Convention on Biological Diversity, prior informed consent, provider countries, user countries

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Rationing the Use of Common Resources: Problems of Design and Constitutionality

Number of pages: 28 Posted: 03 Apr 2013
Gerd Winter
University of Bremen Faculty of Law
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commons, cap and trade, rationing scarce resources

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The Climate is No Commodity: Taking Stock of the Emissions Trading System

Journal of Environmental Law, Vol. 22, Issue 1, pp. 1-25, 2010
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 01 Mar 2010 Last Revised: 01 Apr 2013
Gerd Winter
University of Bremen Faculty of Law
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climate protection, emissions trading, cap and trade, flexible mechanisms

9.

Transnational Administrative Comitology: The Global Harmonisation of Chemicals Classification and Labelling

Transnational Administrative Rule-Making. Performance, Legal Effects and Legitimacy, pp. 111-150, Olaf Dilling, Martin Herberg & Gerd Winter, eds., Hart Publishing, 2011
Number of pages: 42 Posted: 02 Apr 2013
Gerd Winter
University of Bremen Faculty of Law
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global administrative law, transnational administrative networks

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European Union and German Law on Coexistence of Agriculture with and without Genetically Modified Crops: Individualisation of a Systemic Problem

Environmental Sciences Europe, Vol. 23, pp. 28, 2011
Number of pages: 6 Posted: 22 Nov 2012
Gerd Winter and Sarah Stoppe-Ramadan
University of Bremen Faculty of Law and affiliation not provided to SSRN
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Streamlining Access Procedures and Standards

in: Kamau/Winter (2009) Genetic resources, traditional knowledge and the law. Solutions for access and benefit sharing, London, Earthscan, pp. 365-379
Number of pages: 10 Posted: 15 Jul 2015
Evanson Kamau and Gerd Winter
University of Bremen - Faculty of Law and University of Bremen Faculty of Law
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Access to genetic resources, access and benefit sharing, traditional knowledge, genetic resources, access procedures, access standards, provider countries, user countries, prior informaed consent, mutually agreed terms, Convention on Biological Diversity

12.

The Rise and Fall of Nuclear Energy Use in Germany: Processes, Explanations and the Role of Law

Journal of Environmental Law, January 24, 2013
Posted: 31 Jan 2013
Gerd Winter
University of Bremen Faculty of Law

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energy law, phasing out of nuclear energy, precaution, participation, right to risk prevention, regulatory expropriation

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Weighing Up the Ec Environmental Liability Directive

Journal of Environmental Law, Vol. 20, Issue 2, pp. 163-191, 2008
Posted: 04 Jul 2008
University of Bremen Faculty of Law, University of Groningen - Department of Administrative Law and Public Administration, Faculty of Law, University College London - Faculty of Laws and University of Bremen

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