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Environmental Law and Climate Change

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Edited by: Jonathan Verschuuren

ISBN13: 9781783476183
Published: August 2015
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback, 2 Volumes
Price: £465.00

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This timely two-volume set brings together several of the most important and influential journal articles and papers in the broad field of climate law.

The editor has selected essential scholarship on the international law making process and mitigation, which discusses important factors including emissions, trading, taxes and the CDM. In addition, the collection discusses adaptation (in a wide variety of fields such as sea level rise, water, biodiversity, cities and agriculture), liability, climate justice and human rights, and climate engineering. Along with an original introduction by Professor Verschuuren, this collection is particularly valuable to university and academic institution libraries, allowing for a convenient single access point to the linchpin articles of the emerging field of climate law.

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Environmental Law
Introduction Jonathan Verschuuren

1. John C. Dernbach and Seema Kakade (2008), 'Climate Change Law: An Introduction', Energy Law Journal, 29 (1), 1---31

2. Harro van Asselt, Francesco Sindico and Michael A. Mehling (2008), 'Global Climate Change and the Fragmentation of International Law', Law and Policy, 30 (4), October, 423-49
3. William Boyd (2010), 'Climate Change, Fragmentation, and the Challenges of Global Environmental Law: Elements of a Post-Copenhagen Assemblage', University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, 32 (2), 457-550
4. Jacqueline Peel, Lee Godden and Rodney J. Keenan (2012), 'Climate Change Law in an Era of Multi-Level Governance', Transnational Environmental Law, 1 (2), October, 245-80
5. Joanne Scott (2011), 'The Multi-Level Governance of Climate Change', Carbon and Climate Law Review, 1, 25-33
6. Charlotte Streck (2012), Innovativeness and Paralysis in International Climate Policy', Transnational Environmental Law, 1 (1), April, 137-52
7. Rowena Maguire (2013), 'The Role of Common but Differentiated Responsibility in the 2020 Climate Regime', Carbon and Climate Law Review, 4, 260-69
8. Meinhard Doelle (2010), 'Early Experience with the Kyoto Compliance System: Possible Lessons for MEA Compliance System Design', Climate Law, 1, 237-60
9. Darragh Conway (2010), 'The United Nations Security Council and Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities', Climate Law, 1, 375-407

10. Neil Gunningham (2012), 'Confronting the Challenge of Energy Governance', Transnational Environmental Law, 1 (1), April, 119-35
11. Javier de Cendra de Larragan (2010), 'From the EU ETS to a Global Carbon Market: An Analysis and Suggestions for the Way Forward', European Energy and Environmental Law Review, 19 (1), February, 2-17
12. Michael Mehling (2012), 'Between Twilight and Renaissance: Changing Prospects for the Carbon Market', Carbon and Climate Law Review, 4, 277-90
13. Stefan E. Weishaar and Edwin Woerdman (2012), 'Auctioning EU ETS Allowances: An Assessment of Market Manipulation from the Perspective of Law and Economics', Climate Change, 3 (3-4), 247-63
14. Marjan Peeters (2006), 'Inspection and Market-based Regulation through Emissions Trading: The Striking Reliance on Self-monitoring, Self-reporting and Verification', Utrecht Law Review, 2 (1), June, 177-95
15. Kirsten H. Engel (20006), 'Mitigating Global Climate Change in the United States: A Regional Approach', New York University Environmental Law Journal, 14, 54-85
16. Bo Kong and Carla Freeman (2013), 'Making Sense of Carbon Market Development in China', Carbon and Climate Law Review, 3, 194-212
17. Jonathan S. Masur and Eric A. Posner (2011), 'Climate Regulation and the Limits of Cost-Benefit Analysis', California Law Review, 99 (6), 1557-99
18. Reuven S. Avi-Yonah and David M. Uhlmann (2009), 'Combating Global Climate Change: Why a Carbon Tax Is a Better Response to Global Warming Than Cap and Trade', Stanford Environmental Law Journal, 28 (3), 3-50
19. Kateryna Holzer and Nashina Shariff (2012), 'The Inclusion of Border Carbon Adjustments in Preferential Trade Agreements: Policy Implications', Carbon and Climate Law Review, 3, 246-60
20. Cameron Hutchison (2006), 'Does TRIPS Facilitate or Impede Climate Change Technology Transfer into Developing Countries?', University of Ottawa Law and Technology Journal, 3 (2), 517-37
21. Rafael Leal-Arcas (2012), 'Unilateral Trade-related Climate Change Measures', Journal of World Investment and Trade, 13 (6), 875-927
22. Felix Ekardt, Bettina Hennig and Hartwig von Bredow (2011), 'Land Use, Climate Change and Emissions Trading', Carbon and Climate Law Review, 3, 371-83
23. Maosheng Duan (2011), 'Reform of the Clean Development Mechanism: Where Should We Head For?', Carbon and Climate Law Review, 2, 169-77
24. Nicola Durrant (2011), 'Legal Issues in Carbon Farming: Biosequestration, Carbon Pricing, and Carbon Rights', Climate Law, 2 (4), 515-33
25. Annecoos Wiersema (2014), 'Climate Change, Forests, and International Law: REDD's Descent into Irrelevance', Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 47 (1), January, 1-66

Volume II
An introduction to both volumes by the editor appears in Volume I

1. J.B. Ruhl (2010), 'Climate Change Adaptation and the Structural Transformation of Environmental Law', Environmental Law Review, 40 (2), 363-431
2. Robin Kundis Craig (2010), '"Stationarity is Dead" - Long Live Transformation: Five Principles for Climate Change Adaptation Law', Harvard Environmental Law Review, 34, 9-73 [65]
3. Edna Sussman, David C. Major, Rachel Deming, Pamela R. Esterman, Adeeb Fadil, Amy Fisher, Fred Fucci, Roberta Gordon, Caroline Harris, J. Kevin Healy, Cullen Howe, Kathy Robb and Jeff Smith (2010), 'Climate Change Adaptation: Fostering Progress through Law and Regulation', New York University Environmental Law Journal, 18, 55-155
4. Alexis Saba, Michela Biasutti, Michael B. Gerrard and David B. Lobell (2013), 'Getting Ahead of the Curve: Supporting Adaptation to Long-term Climate Change and Short-term Climate Variability Alike', Carbon and Climate Law Review, 1, 3-23
5. Peter P.J. Driessen and Helena F.M.W. van Rijswick (2011), 'Normative Aspects of Climate Adaptation Policies', Climate Law, 2 (4), 559-81
6. Britta Horstmann and Achala Chandani Abeysinghe (2011), 'The Adaptation Fund of the Kyoto Protocol: A Model for Financing Adaptation to Climate Change?', Climate Law, 2 (3), 415-37
7. Jonathan Verschuuren and Jan McDonald (2012), 'Towards a Legal Framework for Coastal Adaptation: Assessing the First steps in Europe and Australia', Transnational Environmental Law, 1 (2), October, 355-79
8. Gabriel Eckstein (2009), 'Water Scarcity, Conflict, and Security in a Climate Change World: Challenges and Opportunities for International Law and Policy', Wisconsin International Law Journal, 27 (3), 409-61
9. Heleen-Lydeke P. Mees and Peter P.J. Driessen (2011), 'Adaptation to Climate Change in Urban Areas: Climate-Greening London, Rotterdam, and Toronto', Climate Law, 2 (2), 251-80
10. Magali Dreyfus (2013), 'Are Cities a Relevant Scale of Action to Tackle Climate Change?: Some Reflections to Inform the Debate on the Post-2020 Regime', Carbon and Climate Law Review, 4, 283-92
11. Patricia E. Salkin (2009), 'Sustainability and Land Use Planning: Greening State and Local Land Use Plans and Regulations to Address Climate Change Challenges and Preserve Resources for Future Generations', William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, 34 (1), 121-70
12. Arie Trouwborst (2011), 'Conserving European Biodiversity in a Changing Climate: The Bern Convention, the European Union Birds and Habitats Directives and the Adaptation of Nature to Climate Change', Review of European Community and International Environmental Law, 20 (1), 62-77
13. Carmen G. Gonzalez (2011), 'Climate Change, Food Security, and Agrobiodiversity: Toward a Just, Resilient, and Sustainable Food System', Fordham Environmental Law Review, XXII, 493-521
14. Robert W. Adler (2012), 'Balancing Compassion and Risk in Climate Adaptation: U.S. Water, Drought and Agricultural Law', Florida Law Review, 64 (1), 201-67

15. Rosemary Lyster (2013), 'Towards a Global Justice Vision for Climate Law in a Time of "Unreason"', Journal of Human Rights and the Environment, 4 (1), March, 32-57
16. Daniel Bodansky (2010), 'Introduction: Climate Change and Human Rights: Unpacking the Issues', Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law, 38 (3), 511-24
17. Elizabeth Ann Kronk Warner and Randall S. Abate (2013), 'International and Domestic Law Dimensions of Climate Justice for Arctic Indigenous Peoples', Revue Generale de Droit, 43, 113-50
18. Mariya Gromilova (2014), 'Revisiting Planned Relocation as a Climate Change Adaptation Strategy: The Added Value of a Human Rights-Based Approach', Utrecht Law Review, 10 (1), January, 76-95

19. Richard S.J. Tol and Roda Verheyen (2004), 'State Responsibility and Compensation for Climate Change Damages-A Legal and Economic Assessment', Energy Policy, 32 (9), June, 1109-30
20. Christina Voigt (2011), 'State Responsibility for Climate Change Damages', Nordic Journal of International Law, 77 (1-2), 1-22
21. Michael G. Faure and Andre Nollkaemper (2007), 'International Liability as an Instrument to Prevent and Compensate for Climate Change', Stanford Journal of International Law and Stanford Environmental Law Journal, Symposium: Climate Change Risk, 26A (1), June, 123-79
22. Jacqueline Peel (2011), 'Issues in Climate Change Litigation', Carbon and Climate Law Review, 1, 15-24
23. Brian J. Preston (2011), 'Climate Change Litigation (Part 1)', Carbon and Climate Law Review, 1, 3-14
24. Brian J. Preston (2011), 'Climate Change Litigation (Part 2)', Carbon and Climate Law Review, 1, 244-63
25. Christina Ross, Evan Mills and Sean B. Hecht (2007), 'Limiting Liability in the Greenhouse: Insurance Risk-Management Strategies in the Context of Global Climate Change', Stanford Environmental Law Journal: Symposium on Climate Change Risk, 26A, 251-334
26. Mark Byrne (2010), 'Climate Crime: Can Responsibility for Climate Change Damage be Criminalised?', Carbon and Climate Law Review, 3, 278-90

27. Jesse Reynolds (2011), 'The Regulation of Climate Engineering', Law, Innovation and Technology, 3 (1), 113-36
28. Tuomas Kuokkanen and Yulia Yamineva (2013), 'Regulating Geoengineering in International Environmental Law', Carbon and Climate Law Review, 3, 161-67
29. Jesse L. Reynolds and Floor Fleurke (2013), 'Climate Engineering Research: A Precautionary Response to Climate Change?', Carbon and Climate Law Review, 2, 101-7