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10 September 2013
2 See, e.g., Pattberg, P. & Stripple, J., ‘Beyond the Public and Private Divide: Remapping Transnational Climate Governance in the 21st Century’ (2008) 8(4) International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, pp. 367–88.