Climate Change by William H. Rodgers Jr.
A Reader

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Climate Change provides a comprehensive and unique introduction to the emerging issues of global climate change. It presents many of the foundational documents, background scientific explanations, and excerpts from the leading thinkers in the vast literature on global warming. It features original articles and essays from scholars in the fields of environmental science, and environmental, energy, international and human rights law. Designed for use in the burgeoning number of new courses in areas such as global warming, climate change and climate justice, this book is organized around the topics of science, justice, impacts, energy, the U.S. response, international law, state and local law, and innovative litigation. The Reader weaves together the important story of the global warming saga in a thorough and approachable manner. Includes CD.
 

About William H. Rodgers Jr.

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William Rodgers is the Stimson Bullitt Professor of Environmental Law at University of Washington School of Law. Michael Robinson-Dorn is a Clinical Professor of Law at University of California, Irvine School of Law.
 
Published August 31, 2011 by Carolina Academic Press. 1216 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Law & Philosophy.