||Foreword: NYU Abu Dhabi and the sustainable environment / Mariët Westermann and Philip Kennedy – Part I : Climate change and mitigation: overview and key themes – 1. Climate finance for limiting emissions and promoting green development: mechanisms, regulation, and governance / Richard B. Stewart, Benedict Kingsbury, and Bryce Rudyk – 2. Understanding the changes and implications of climate change / Michael Oppenheimer – 3. The climate financing problem: funds needed for global climate change mitigation vastly exceed funds currently available / Bert Metz – 4. The future of climate governance: creating a more flexible architecture / Daniel Bodansky – Part II : Proposals for climate finance: regulatory and market mechanisms and incentives – A. Trading or taxes? – 5. Cap-and-trade is preferable to a carbon tax / Nathaniel O. Keohane – B. Reforming the clean development mechanism (CDM) – 6. Expectations and reality of the clean development mechanism: a climate finance instrument between accusation and aspirations / Charlotte Streck – C. Sectoral programs for emissions control and crediting – 7. Why a successful climate change agreement needs sectoral elements / Murray Ward – 8. Sectoral crediting: getting the incentives right for private investors / Rubén Kraiem – 9. Forest and land use programs must be given financial credit in any climate change agreement / Eric C. Bettelheim – 10. Stock-and-flow mechanisms to reduce land use, land use change, and forestry emissions: a proposal from Brazil / Israel Klabin – D. Leveraging trading to maximize climate benefits – 11. Mitigating climate change at manageable cost: the catalyst proposal / Bert Metz – 12. Engaging developing countries by incentivizing early action / Annie Petsonk, Dan Dudek, Alexander Golub, Nathaniel O. Keohane, James Wang, Gernot Wagner, Luke Winston – E. Linking trading systems – 13. Carbon market design: beyond the EU emissions trading scheme / Henry Derwent – F. Investor perspectives – 14. Incentivizing private investment in climate change mitigation / Marcel Brinkman – 15. Investment opportunities and catalysts: analysis and proposals from the climate finance industry on funding climate mitigation / Nick Robins and Mark Fulton – Part III : Bringing developed and developing countries together in climate finance bargains: trust, governance, and mutual conditionality – A. Meeting developing country climate finance priorities – 16. Developing country concerns about climate finance proposals: priorities, trust, and the credible donor problem / Arunabha Ghosh and Ngaire Woods – 17. Developing countries and a proposal for architecture and governance of a reformed UNFCCC financial mechanism / Luis Gomez-Echeverri – 18. Climate change and development: a bottom-up approach to mitigation for developing countries? / Navroz K. Dubash – 19. Operationalizing a bottom-up regime: registering and crediting NAMAs / Rae Kwon Chung – B. Conditionality and its governance – 20. From coercive conditionality to agreed conditions: the only future for future climate finance / Jacob Werksman – 21. Getting climate-related conditionality right / Keven E. Davis and Sarah Dadush – 22. Making climate financing work: what might climate change experts learn from the experience of development assistance? / Ngaire Woods – Part IV : National policies: implications for the future global climate finance regime – 23. Climate legislation in the United States: potential framework and prospects for international carbon finance / Nathaniel O. Keohane – 24. The EU ETS: experience to date and lessons for the future / James Chapman – 25. Greenhouse gas emissions and mitigation measures in China / Jie Yu – 26. Cities and GHG emissions reductions: an opportunity we cannot afford to miss / Partha Mukhopadhyay – 27. A prototype for strategy change in oil-exporting MENA states? The Masdar initiative in Abu Dhabi / Sam Nader – Part V : Climate finance and World Trade Organization (WTO) law and policy – 28. The WTO and climate finance: overview of the key issues / Gabrielle Marceau – 29. Carbon trading and the CDM in WTO law / Robert Howse and Antonia Eliason – 30. Countervailing duties and subsidies for climate mitigation: what is, and what is not, WTO compatible? / Robert Howse and Antonia Eliason – 31. Border climate adjustment as climate policy / Alexandra Khrebtukova – 32. Enforcing climate rules with trade measures: five recommendations for trade policy monitoring / Arunabha Ghosh – 33. Carbon footprint labeling in climate finance: governance and trade challenges of calculating products' carbon content / Sandra G. Mayson – Part VI : Taxation of carbon markets – 34. Fiscal considerations in curbing climate change / Lily Batchelder – 35. Tax and efficiency under global cap-and-trade / Mitchell A. Kane – 36. Tax consequences of carbon cap-and-trade schemes: free permits and auctioned permits / Yoram Margalioth – Afterword : Reflections on a path to effective climate change mitigation / Thomas Heller.