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Brave New Work
The Law and Policy of Biofuels479
In the last twenty years the biofuels industry has developed rapidly in many regions of the world. This timely book provides an in-depth and critical study of the law and policies in many of the key biofuels producing countries, such as Brazil, China and the US, as well as the EU, and a number of other countries where this industry is quickly developing. Drawing on a range of disciplines, the contributors examine the roles of the public and private sectors in the governance of biofuels. They discuss topics such as sustainability and biofuels, and provide a critical review of regulatory regimes for biofuels. They conclude by proposing recommendations for more effective and efficient biofuel policies. Academics working in the area of renewable energy and students in environmental law will find this book to be of interest. It will also be of use to policy makers around the world looking to learn from various existing regimes. Contributors: G. Berndes, M. Brandao, A. Cowie, A. Cowie, K.S. Dahmann, J. De Beer, O. Englund, L.B. Fowler, A. Genest, L. Guo, M.-H. Labrie, Y. Le Bouthillier, E. Le Gal, O.J. Lim Tung, W.E. Mabee, F. Maes, L.D. Malo, M. Mansoor, P. Martin, H. Mcleod-Kilmurray, M.J.F. Montefrio, B.E. Olsen, R.O. Owino, P. Pereira De Andrade, M. Powers, A. Ronne, P.M. Smith, T. Smith, S. Soimakallio, I. Stupak, V.M. Tafur, A.R. Taylor
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'As a reference for law and policy in a much wider range of countries than just the usual three, it has notable value.' --International Energy Law Review
Edited by Yves Le Bouthillier, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, Canada, Annette Cowie, Principal Research Scientist, New South Wales Department of Primary Industries, and Adjunct Professor, University of New England, Paul Martin, Professor, School of Law, University of New England, Armidale NSW, Australia and Heather McLeod-Kilmurray, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, Canada
Contents: PART I SUSTAINABILITY AND BIOFUELS 1. Environmental Risks and Opportunities of Biofuels Annette Cowie, Alan Cowie, Sampo Soimakallio and Miguel Brandao 2. The Roles of Public and Private Governance in Promoting Sustainable Bioenergy Oskar Englund and Goeran Berndes 3. Confronting the "Unproductive" Upland Discourses in Biofuels Development in the Philippines Marvin Joseph F. Montefrio PART II CRITICAL REVIEW OF REGULATORY REGIMES FOR BIOFUELS 4. Biofuels' Legal and Political Framework in Brazil : A Critical Review Through a Sustainable Development Lens Priscila Pereira de Andrade 5. United States Law and Policy and the Biofuel Industry Kristina S. Dahmann, Lara B. Fowler and Paul M. Smith 6. Lessons from US Biofuels Policy: The Renewable Fuels Standard's Rocky Ride Melissa Powers 7. The EU Legal Regime for Biofuels Birgitte Egelund Olsen and Anita Ronne 8. Belgian and French Biofuel Support Measures in Light of Argentina's Challenge under the WTO Subsidies Agreement Alexandre Genest 9. The Current Legal Framework on Biofuels in China Lei Guo and Frank Maes 10. Biofuel Policy in Columbia: Strong Fiscal Incentives but Weak Environmental and Social Standards Victor M. Tafur 11. Agro-fuel Law and Policy in East Africa: Assessing Avenues for Sustainability Robert Omondi Owino 12. Biofuels, GMOs and Food Security: The South African Legal and Policy Framework Odile Juliette Lim Tung PART III BIOFUELS GOVERNANCE AND THE ROLES OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ACTORS 13. Unpacking the Complexities of Biofuels Policy Paul Martin and Elodie Le Gal 14. Trends in Government Incentives for Biofuels Warren E. Mabee, Lauren D. Malo and Ashton R. Taylor 15. An Industry Perspective: Government Policies to Accelerate the Development and Commercialization of Advanced Biofuels in Canada Marie-Helene Labrie 16. Network Governance of Biofuels Jeremy de Beer 17. Private Regulation in the Bioenergy Sector Maha Mansoor, Inge Stupak and Tat Smith Index