In April 2014 the American Bar Association published the second edition of Global Climate Change and U.S. Law, which is co-edited by Mike Gerrard and Jody Freeman. The first edition appeared in 2007 and was widely adopted in law school courses; this second edition adds several entirely new chapters (covering NEPA, ESA, civil remedies, water, cap and trade, CCS, agriculture and forestry, non-climate international agreements, adaptation, geoengineering, and four on energy regulation), and brings everything up to date. Emmett Clinical Director, Wendy Jacobs, and EPI Director, Kate Konschnik, both contributed chapters to the textbook. View the cover of the book here.
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