Dr Jeffrey McGee
Dr Jeffrey McGee
Faculty of Law and Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania, Australia
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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The Asia–Pacific partnership on clean development and climate: A complement or competitor to the Kyoto protocol?
J McGee, R Taplin
Global Change, Peace & Security 18 (3), 173-192, 2006
Legitimacy in an era of fragmentation: The case of global climate governance
SI Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, J McGee
Global Environmental Politics 13 (3), 56-78, 2013
The role of the Asia Pacific Partnership in discursive contestation of the international climate regime
J McGee, R Taplin
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 9 (3 …, 2009
The Asia-Pacific Partnership and the United States' International Climate Change Policy
J McGee, R Taplin
Colo. J. Int'l Envtl. L. & Pol'y 19, 179, 2008
The Copenhagen turn in global climate governance and the contentious history of differentiation in international law
J McGee, J Steffek
Journal of Environmental Law 28 (1), 37-63, 2016
The impact of the US retreat from the Paris Agreement: Kyoto revisited?
J Pickering, JS McGee, T Stephens, SI Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen
Climate policy 18 (7), 818-827, 2018
Cooperative governance: One pathway to a stable-state economy
L Phelan, J McGee, R Gordon
Environmental Politics 21 (3), 412-431, 2012
Exclusive minilateralism: an emerging discourse within international climate change governance?
J McGee
Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies 8 (3), 2011
The Asia-Pacific partnership and market-liberal discourse in global climate governance
J McGee, R Taplin
International journal of law in context 10 (3), 338-356, 2014
The Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate: A retreat from the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities
J McGee, R Taplin
McGill Int'l J. Sust. Dev. L. & Pol'y 5, 11, 2009
Governing geoengineering research for the Great Barrier Reef
J McDonald, J McGee, K Brent, W Burns
Climate Policy 19 (7), 801-811, 2019
Does fairness matter in international environmental governance? Creating an effective and equitable climate regime
OR Young
Toward a New Climate Agreement, 46-58, 2014
Rediscovering law students as citizens: critical thinking and the public value of legal education
J McGee, M Guihot, T Connor
Alternative Law Journal 38 (2), 77-81, 2013
The Asia‐Pacific Partnership: implementation challenges and interplay with Kyoto
R Taplin, J McGee
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 1 (1), 16-22, 2010
The Governance of Geoengineering: An Emerging Challenge for International and Domestic Legal Systems
K Brent, J McGee, J McDonald
JL Inf. & Sci. 24, 1, 2015
Writing the fine print: Developing regional insurance for climate change adaptation in the Pacific
J McGee, L Phelan, J Wenta
Melb. J. Int'l L. 15, 444, 2014
A Universal Human Right to Shape Responses to a Global Problem? The Role of Self‐Determination in Guiding the International Legal Response to Climate Change
A Maguire, J McGee
Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law 26 (1), 54-68, 2017
Framing Australian Antarctic policy: the 20-year Antarctic plan and beyond
J McGee, D Smith
Australian Journal of Maritime & Ocean Affairs 9 (1), 25-41, 2017
Marine protected areas: a spark for contestation over ‘rational use’of Antarctic marine living resources in the Southern Ocean?
D Smith, J McGee, J Jabour
Australian Journal of Maritime & Ocean Affairs 8 (3), 180-198, 2016
The Asia-Pacific Partnership: a deepened market liberal model for the international climate regime?
J McGee, R Taplin
Cambridge University Press, 2012
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