Customers who have purchased the Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law can now access the latest volume via Elgaronline. Volume IX: Energy Law, Climate Change and the Environment, edited by Martha M. Roggenkamp, Kars J. de Graaf and Ruven C.Fleming adds another dimension to the already comprehensive reference work and can be viewed here.
This comprehensive volume of the Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law provides an overview of the major elements of energy law from a global perspective. Based on an in-depth analysis of the energy chain, it offers insight into the impacts of climate change and environmental issues on energy law and the energy sector. This timely reference work highlights the need for modern energy law to consider environmental impacts and promote the use of clean energy sources, whilst also safeguarding a reliable and affordable energy supply.
Students and scholars in environmental law will find this volume to be an invaluable resource, for both its solid theoretical foundations and its analysis of undertreated issues in the field. Its discussion of how and why each policy tool might be used is particularly relevant for policymakers and practitioners.
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