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The impact of the unilateral EU commitment on the stability of international climate agreements

Bibliographic reference Bréchet, Thierry ; Eyckmans, J. ; Gerard, Fr. ; Marbaix, Philippe ; Tulkens, Henry ; et. al. The impact of the unilateral EU commitment on the stability of international climate agreements. In: Climate Policy, Vol. 10, no. 2, p. 148-166 (2010)
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