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How to design and use the clean development mechanism under the Kyoto Protocol? A developing country perspective

Bibliographic reference Germain, Marc ; Magnus, Alphonse ; Van Steenberghe, Vincent. How to design and use the clean development mechanism under the Kyoto Protocol? A developing country perspective. In: Environmental and Resource Economics, Vol. 38, no. 1, p. 13-30 (2007)
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