The Journal of Climate & Energy Law serves as a foundation for continued dialogue and development of the rapidly emerging legal issues related to climate change and energy. The journal delves into topics such as insurance claims related to climate change, law and economics associated with cap-and-trade greenhouse gas markets, new energy policy of the carbon-constrained world, legal implications of trans-border air and water pollution, and effects of climate change on endangered species law.
Current Volume: Volume 2 (2017)
Federal Greenhouse Gas Control Options from an Enforcement Perspective
Scott Schang and Teresa Chan
Looking Back to Move Forward: Revisiting the Btu in Evaluating Current Policy Alternatives
Walter Wang and Walter Wang