II. AGRICULTURAL SEQUESTRATION
III. RENEWABLE ENERGY AND EFFICIENCY
A. Renewable Energy
B. Efficiency Measures
IV. FOSSIL FUEL ELECTRICITY GENERATION
A. Existing Coal Plants
B. Clean Coal
II. THE IMPERATIVE OF STATE CLIMATE ACTION
A. Exercise of a State's Police Powers to Protect
Public Health and Its Natural Resources
B. Exercise of the State's Policy Prerogative:
Laboratory of Democracy
ABSTRACT Addressing climate change is one of the great challenges of our age. While the current president has signaled that this will be a top priority under his administration, previous administrations have not pursued a comprehensive regulatory...
II. CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS IN ARIZONA
III. EXECUTIVE ORDER 2005-02 AND THE CLIMATE
CHANGE ADVISORY GROUP
IV. EXECUTIVE ORDER 2006-13
V. ARIZONA'S CLEAN CAR GHG STANDARDS
VI. ARIZONA'S RENEWABLE ENERGY STANDARD
III. CONNECTICUT'S SUCCESS WITH THE REGIONAL
GREENHOUSE GAS INITIATIVE (RGGI).
A. RGGI Is Different From Other Environmental
B. RGGI Sector Expansion
C. Challenges and Opportunities
II. THE RGGI
IV. COMPACT CLAUSE
V. THE DORMANT COMMERCE CLAUSE
I. INTRODUCTION For eight years the Bush administration avoided addressing global warming,...
As an alumnus of the UCLA School of Law and a Board member of the Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment, I am especially pleased to highlight our law school's role as a leader in legal scholarship on climate change law and policy. ...
II. A CHANGE IN THINKING: INTEGRATING ENERGY
AND THE ENVIRONMENT IN THE SAME
III. MASSACHUSETTS' ACTIONS TO REDUCE GHG
EMISSIONS AND INCREASE ENERGY EFFICIENCY:
A. Green Communities...
II. THE CURRENT STATUS OF CALIFORNIA'S CAP-AND-TRADE
III. THE BASICS OF LINKAGE
IV. THE BENEFITS AND COSTS OF LINKAGE
A. Benefits of Linkage
B. Costs of Linkage
1. Costs Associated With Any Linkage
II. TRANSPORTATION, LAND USE AND GLOBAL
III. THE SMART GROWTH PEDIGREE: THE SLOW
GROWTH MOVEMENT, AB 857 AND THE SACOG
A. The Slow Growth Movement
B. AB 857
C. The SACOG Blueprint
II. CLIMATE CHANGE: A GLOBAL AND LOCAL
PROBLEM WITH GLOBAL AND LOCAL
A. State and Local Greenhouse Gas Emission
Reductions Can Have State- and Local-Specific
B. Uneven Emissions...
II. THE NATURE AND EXTENT OF THE GREENHOUSE
GAS EMISSION REDUCTION EFFORT REQUIRES THE
FULL PANOPLY OF ENFORCEMENT TOOLS
III. THE CAP-AND-TRADE MARKET POSES
SIGNIFICANT ENFORCEMENT CHALLENGES
In July and September 2007, the Illinois Climate Change Advisory Group (ICCAG) with a diverse membership of thirty-nine, voted to recommend twenty-four strategies that professional air modeling had indicated would achieve a goal of reducing greenhouse...