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Working Paper 17-09 - Exploration de répartitions des objectifs et opportunités du paquet climat-énergie en Belgique
[Working Paper 17-09 - Verkenning van verdelingen van de doelstellingen en de opportuniteiten van het klimaat- en energiepakket in België]

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  • Alain Henry

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  • Nadine Gouzée & Alain Henry, 2009. "Working Paper 17-09 - Exploration de répartitions des objectifs et opportunités du paquet climat-énergie en Belgique [Working Paper 17-09 - Verkenning van verdelingen van de doelstellingen en de op," Working Papers 0917, Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium.
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    1. Francis Bossier & Danielle Devogelaer & Dominique Gusbin & Frédéric Verschueren, 2008. "Working Paper 21-08 - Impact of the EU Energy and Climate Package on the Belgian energy system and economy - Study commissioned by the Belgian federal and three regional authorities," Working Papers 0821, Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium.
    2. Bert Metz & Marcel Berk & Michel den Elzen & Bert de Vries & Detlef van Vuuren, 2002. "Towards an equitable global climate change regime: compatibility with Article 2 of the Climate Change Convention and the link with sustainable development," Climate Policy, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 2(2-3), pages 211-230, September.
    3. Lasse Ringius & Asbjørn Torvanger & Arild Underdal, 2002. "Burden Sharing and Fairness Principles in International Climate Policy," International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, Springer, vol. 2(1), pages 1-22, March.
    4. Sonja Klinsky & Hadi Dowlatabadi, 2009. "Conceptualizations of justice in climate policy," Climate Policy, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 9(1), pages 88-108, January.
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