Accommodating the interests of developing countries in the climate change regime: Lessons from the ozone layer regime

Author:Mulugeta Getu
Position:Lecturer and Associate Dean, Haramaya University College of Law, LLB (Haramaya University) LLM (University of Alabama)

The problem of climate change has attracted international attention mainly because of its cross-border effects and the impossibility of solving the problem by a few nations. The delay in combating climate change is attributable to various factors including polarized interests among nations. On the other hand, the Montreal Protocol (ozone depletion) regime has managed to balance and reconcile the... (see full summary)

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