Stephen Humphreys (ed), Human Rights and Climate Change (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2010) 368 pp.
Edited by Robert V. Percival, Jolene Lin and William Piermattei
This timely volume considers the future of environmental law and governance in the aftermath of the "Rio+20" conference. An international set of expert contributors begin by addressing a range of governance concepts that can be used to address environmental problems. The book then provides a survey of key environmental challenges across the globe, before finally giving an assessment of possible governance models for the future.