Climate Change Justice

By Eric A. Posner; David Weisbach | Go to book overview

Acknowledgments

In preparing this book, we extensively revised some articles that initially appeared in the following places. Eric A. Posner and Cass R. Sunstein, Climate Change Justice, 96 Georgetown Law Journal 1565 (2008); Eric A. Posner and Cass R. Sunstein, Should Greenhouse Gas Permits Be Allocated on a Per Capita Basis? 97 California Law Review 51 (2009); and Cass Sunstein and David Weisbach, Climate Change and Discounting the Future: A Guide for the Perplexed, 27 Yale Law and Policy Review (2010). We thank these journals for permission to republish our articles.

Many people, too numerous to name, have helped us develop the ideas that we advance in this book. Most of them we have thanked in previously published articles. But we should mention David Archer and Ray Pierrehumbert, both of the geophysics department at the University of Chicago. While both David and Ray disagree with much of what we say here, they were kind enough to provide us with advice on the science of climate change as well as criticisms of our arguments. Also thanks to Richard Stewart, Michael Vandenbergh, and anonymous referees for comments on the entire manuscript. We also thank Kathryn Burger, Lena Cohen, and Katie Reaves for research assistance and our dean, Saul Levmore, for financial support.

Cass Sunstein was a coauthor of the three papers mentioned above, and the original plan was for him to coauthor this book as well. Indeed, he was extensively involved in the early stages of the preparation of the manuscript. However, because of his position in the Obama administration—he is currently the Administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs—he

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