As mounting evidence has made doubting the existence of climate change all but impossible, the policy debate has shifted from whether global warming is an actual phenomenon to ways to address it. The articles in this issue of The Chicago Journal of International Law (CJIL) explore the international component of climate change. It is not possible to discuss climate change without confronting the necessity of an international solution to stop it, or at least to slow it.
The articles contained in this volume respond to and build off of ideas in the book Climate Change Justice, by Eric A. Posner and David Weisbach. On May 11-12, 2012, the book was the subject of a conference held at The …
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Publication information: Article title: Introduction. Contributors: Not available. Journal title: Chicago Journal of International Law. Volume: 13. Issue: 2 Publication date: Winter 2013. Page number: 345+. © University of Chicago Law School Winter 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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