Environmental Law and Climate Change

Environmental Law and Climate Change

Elgar Research Reviews in Law

Jonathan Verschuuren

This research review identifies several of the most important and influential journal articles and papers in the broad field of climate law. The author discusses essential scholarship not just on the international law making process and on mitigation (emissions trading, taxes, the CDM, REDD+, etc.), but also on adaptation (in a wide variety of fields such as sea level rise, water, biodiversity, cities, agriculture etc.), liability, climate justice and human rights, and on climate engineering.

Review Article

Jonathan Verschuuren

Subjects: law - academic, environmental law, environment, climate change, environmental law

This research review identifies several of the most important and influential journal articles and papers in the broad field of climate law. The author discusses essential scholarship not just on the international law making process and on mitigation (emissions trading, taxes, the CDM, REDD+, etc.), but also on adaptation (in a wide variety of fields such as sea level rise, water, biodiversity, cities, agriculture etc.), liability, climate justice and human rights, and on climate engineering.

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