Bastiaan Van Der Linden, Programme Director of the MSc in Global & Sustainable Business just released an essay on greenhouse gas regulation.

Written on 03 Apr 2019.


Growing concerns about anthropogenic climate change have led to the rapid development of greenhouse gas regulations. A striking characteristic of these regulations is that they are often promulgated by businesses and NGOs, rather than states. Private regulation is quite common nowadays, but in the case of climate change the stakes are higher than ever, and special dynamics between private and public regulation have appeared”, writes Bastiaan Van Der Linden, Associate Professor of Corporate Social Responsibility at EDHEC. In an online article, the Programme Director of the MSc in Global & Sustainable Business gives a brief overview of greenhouse gas regulation, along with a forward-looking view of how it may evolve.

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