These cases rely on diverse legal theories, but all focus on government regulation of climate change or the actions of major corporate emitters.
Adjudicating Climate Change: State, National, and International Approaches
This book explores climate actions in state and national courts, as well as international tribunals, in order to explain their regulatory significance. It demonstrates the role that these cases play in broader debates over climate policy and argues that they serve as an important force in pressuring governments and emitters to address this crucial problem. As law firms and public interest organizations increasingly develop climate practice areas, the book serves as a crucial resource for practitioners, policymakers, and academics.
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