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From:UCLA Journal of Environmental Law & Policy (Vol. 30, Issue 1)I. INTRODUCTION Despite increasingly dire warnings from scientists, the United States Congress has been unable to pass comprehensive legislation to reduce climate altering greenhouse gases. In the absence of new...
From:Stanford Law Review (Vol. 62, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedIn line with accepted theories of environmental law, many prominent environmental law scholars have dismissed the climate change plans of U.S. cities and other local governments, presuming that these efforts will have...
From:Fordham Urban Law Journal (Vol. 36, Issue 4)INTRODUCTION This brief commentary on Heike Shroeder and Harriet Bulkeley's recent Piece (1) in this volume of the Fordham Urban Law Journal asks what new light city action on climate change can shed on an old...
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