Sustainable consumption has become not just an option, but an imperative for a successful climate strategy. Production-focused policies are not enough and they must be complemented by approaches that take into account the role of consumption in climate change. A consumption-based approach implies a move towards allocating national responsibility for emissions and emissions reduction, based on the supply chains of goods consumed within a country, rather than the emissions occurring within that country’s own borders. On 30 May 2008, a workshop held at the University of Surrey explored possible legal and policy challenges moving towards consumption as the basis for responsibility for emissions and their reduction.
|Place of Publication||Guilford|
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
|Name||The Surrey Law Working Papers|
|Publisher||Surrey Law School Publishing (University of Surrey)|
- climate change
- emissions reduction
Nsoh, W., & Sindico, F. (2009). Workshop Report - From Production to Consumption: Legal and Policy Challenges for a New Approach to Climate Change. (The Surrey Law Working Papers; Vol. 2009, No. 3). Guilford.