The Oxford Handbook of International Climate Change Law. Edited by CINNAMON P CARLARNE, KEVIN R GRAY and RICHARD TARASOFSKY
The urgency of climate change necessitates considering what types of governance options are available when the existing approaches are failing.1 The United Nations Framework Climate Change Convention (UNFCCC) Secretariat’s Principal Legal Adviser, Dan Bondi Ogolla, notes that the great challenge of climate change requires complex and vigorous international cooperation solutions guided by effective and clear political and legal frameworks.2 International climate change law, however, remains in its infancy. The Oxford Handbook of International Climate Change Law aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of this emerging field while explaining the complexities that complicate international efforts surrounding this essential field of policy and law. A book designed not only to educate, it advances scholarship and policy in an array of connected interdisciplinary areas, by both provoking the legal principles founding major legislation and international agreements, as well as challenging established concepts in legal scholarship that go far beyond climate law....
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