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Esiste Piu di un Modo per Risovere un Problema: Cambio di Clima Negli Statiti Uniti: Ultimi da ti Prima Dell Insediamento Della Nuova Amministrazione (There Is More than One Way to Skin a Cat, Climate Change in the United States: Ongoing Activity Prior to the Inauguration of a New Administration)


Joseph F. DiMento


University of California, Irvine - School of Law, Planning, Policy & Design, and Transportation Studies

2008

Rivista Giuridica Dell Ambiente, v.23, 2008, pp.499-503
UC Irvine School of Law Research Paper No. 2012-30

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Whatever the outcome is of the 2008 presidential election in the United States, it is probable that the stance of the new administration regarding international treaties and climate change will be different from that of President Bush (Candidates Clinton, Obama, and McCain are all favorable to some federal involvement). And, independent of new leadership of federal officials, legal initiatives will continue to be numerous. In this article we review the status of controversies regarding global warming in federal courts, in the Congress, and in state courts, including those involving private litigation.

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Date posted: April 20, 2012  

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DiMento, Joseph F., Esiste Piu di un Modo per Risovere un Problema: Cambio di Clima Negli Statiti Uniti: Ultimi da ti Prima Dell Insediamento Della Nuova Amministrazione (There Is More than One Way to Skin a Cat, Climate Change in the United States: Ongoing Activity Prior to the Inauguration of a New Administration) (2008). Rivista Giuridica Dell Ambiente, v.23, 2008, pp.499-503; UC Irvine School of Law Research Paper No. 2012-30. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2037565

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University of California, Irvine - School of Law, Planning, Policy & Design, and Transportation Studies ( email )
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