Climate Change Book

Addressing Climate Change:
A Survey of National and International Laws

Published by: The World Jurist Association

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The collection of articles in this volume provide a survey of five years of scholarship by the World Jurist Association, its members and the distinguished experts who have lent their time to speak and present their findings at our conferences around the world. This book will help you navigate through the sometimes confusing legal scholarship of climate change. The UN’s Copenhagen Conference set the stage for future collaboration. It is in this legal environment that the world’s leaders need to come together to determine the best way to protect our environment – and through it our health and well-being. These chapters will help you understand where the climate change discussion has been and where it needs to go next.

Preface by Alice B. Skipper*

Contributions by:

William H. Eaton - Founding Partner, Korona, Beides, & Eaton, LL.C.

Monica Grill – WJA National President for Argentina, Professor of Private International Law at buenos Airies University, and Legal Advisor at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Argentina

Nicholas Robinson – Professor of International Law at Pace University School of Law

Leslie LoBaugh - Attorney-At-Law at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schrek, LL.P.

Ved Nanda - WJA Past President, Director of the International Legal Studies Program at the University of Denver

Robert Percival - Professor of Law at the University of Maryland

Robert Alfton - Of Counsel, Miller O’Brien Cummins

Ronald Greenberg - WJA Immediate Past President, and  Of Counsel at Dykema

Musa Lyimo - Mweka Wildlife Management College, Tanzania

Klaus Guenther Neumann - WJA President for the World Association of Lawyers (WAL), and attorney at Neumann & Dickersbach

Pedro Principe - Attorney at Principe Law Office in the Philippines

R. M. Surachman - Researcher at the Attorney General’s office in Indonesia

Alice Skipper - WJA National President for Australia

Paulo Canelas de Castro - Professor at the University of Macau in Portugal

Joseph Dellapenna - Professor of Law at Villanova University

Robert Doty - President, American Governmental Financial Services Company (AGFS)

*WJA National President for Australia and a solicitor in Australia.

To order a copy of this book please contact the WJA office at wja@worldjurist.org or simply fill out an order form and submit to our offices with full payment.

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