A Climate of Extremes: Transboundary Conflict Resolution
London School of Economics (LSE); Pace Law School
Climate Change Symposium, Vermont Law Review, Vol. 32, p. 477, 2008
This Article examines evolving climate change policy. In April 2007 Massachusetts v. Environmental Protection Agency clarified that the EPA has the authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. This Supreme Court ruling coincided with the United Nations Security Council's decision to put climate change on its agenda. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has found that anthropogenic climate change has impacted the natural world and human societies. Scientific and governmental consensus has coalesced that multilateral climate mitigation and adaptation must be implemented. International institutions, governments, businesses, non-governmental organizations, and civil society can achieve multilateral greenhouse gas mitigation and climate adaptation.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 47
Keywords: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Clean Technology Transfer, Administrative Law, Energy Law, Environmental Law, International Law, Natural Resources Law, Oil, Gas, and Mineral Law, Politics, Science and Technology, Transportation Law, and Water Law
JEL Classification: A12, C7, C8, D4, D5, D6, D7, D8, D9, F00, H00, I00, K00, L5, L9Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: September 26, 2007 ; Last revised: May 8, 2013
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