1 edition of Climate change law and policy found in the catalog.
Climate change law and policy
Hari M. Osofsky
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Hari M. Osofsky, Lesley K. McAllister|
|Contributions||McAllister, Lesley K. (Lesley Krista), 1970-|
|LC Classifications||K3585.5 .O86 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012027492|
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International Climate Change Law and Policy will discuss a range of controversial debates, reflecting the highly politicised nature of international Climate Change Law. The course is of particular interest to professionals in environmental and resources sectors, public policy, government sector, non-government sector and private sector (e.g. He holds an M.A. in law and diplomacy from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and a B.A. in economics from Tufts University. Jean Chemnick Reporter, Environment & Energy Publishing Jean Chemnick covers the policy and politics of climate change for Environment & Energy Publishing. She tracks congressional legislation, agency rulemakings.
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Existing climate change governance regimes in the US and the EU contain complex mixtures of regulatory, market, voluntary, and research-based strategies.
The EU has adopted an approach to climate change that is based on mandatory greenhouse gas emission reductions; it is grounded in 'hard' law measures and accompanied by 'soft' law measures at the regional and Member State level. The book demonstrates how an analysis of fairness dimensions of climate change - grounded in practical developments and illustrated with reference to the latest developments - can add value to our understanding of current developments and future options for international climate law and by: This book will be of great interest to scholars of environmental law and policy, human rights law, climate change, and migration and refugee studies.
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Pioneers in an emergent field, the authors of Climate Change Law and Policy have created a modular and accessible text with extensive web resources. Designed for 2- and 3-credit courses, discussion, commentary, and exercises are integrated into every chapter.
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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) Fifth Synthesis Assessment Report in also supports this conclusion. Climate change is the most significant environmental challenge facing the world today, with anticipated impacts such as increasingly extreme weather events and disruption of agricultural production.
For a discussion of the role of localities in climate law and policy, read Patricia Salkin,Cooperative Federalism and Climate Change: New Meaning to "Think Globally--Act Locally" and Michael Burger, Empowering Local Autonomy and Encouraging Experimentation in Climate Change Governance: The Case for a Layered Regime.ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: English.
Description: xix, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Part I: The politics of International Climate Change --A brief history of climate politics and the roles of the US and EU therein --Part II: Climate change law and policy in the United States --Law and policy in the United States --Sub-federal laws and policies in.Climate change and its adverse impacts and vulnerabilities are now a reality.¹ Vulnerability as the consequence of climate change will be most severe for the developing world, in other words, those areas which are both least responsible for climate change and least able to deal with its effects.² Thus, the most vulnerable are the people.