Title

The U.S.-China Collaboration on Developing Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) Legal Framework

Date of Award

2-2015

Degree Type

Dissertation

Degree Name

Doctor of Law (SJD)

Department

Law

First Advisor

Professor Christian N. Okeke

Second Advisor

Professor Alan Ramo

Third Advisor

Professor Sophie Clavier

Abstract

This dissertation has three objectives. The first goal is to evaluate the development efforts of collaboration in different levels between the US and China for CCS technologies. The second goal is to analyze the effectiveness of existing regulations in the US and China in governing CCS activities. Last, this dissertation develops a legal framework in governing CCS activities through the substantive collaboration between the US and China in perfecting the respective legal system.

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