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New article by Dr Sophie Chapman in the Carbon and Climate Law Review

last modified Mar 15, 2016 03:44 PM

Dr Sophie Chapman has just published an article about Kenyan climate change law and sustainable development in the Carbon and Climate Law Review.

Together with colleagues at the Kenyatta University School of Law (KUSOL), law firm Anjarwalla and Khanna and the Queensland Institute of Technology (QUT), Dr Chapman discusses how legal frameworks influence benefit sharing for REDD+ finance in Kenya.

Citation details: Sophie Chapman, Rowena Maguire, Mona Doshi,
Caroline Wanjiku Kago, Nelly Kamunde-Aquino, Leah Kiguatha, Elizabeth
Dooley and Gretchen Engbring, "The Elements of Benefit-sharing for REDD+
in Kenya: A Legal Perspective" 2015(4) Carbon and Climate Law Review
pp.283-297 [Publisher: Lexxion]

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