Climate Change Law and Regulations: Planning for a Carbon-Constrained Regulatory Environment
The papers presented at the 2015 Special Institute on Climate Change Law and Regulations are available as a written manual (downloadable file).
- Cap and trade, market regulation, and economic factors in climate change
- Federal regulation of greenhouse gas emissions
- Coping with climate: Legal innovation in the absence of full reform
- Regulation under the Clean Air Act: Potential limitations on EPA’s § 111 authority
- Recognizing climate change permitting triggers
- Practical planning horizons and climate change risk assessment
- State-by-state or regional solutions?
- Implementing CAA § 111(d): Pathway to regional cap-and-trade programs?
- Strategies and technologies available to control greenhouse gases
- Greenhouse gas reduction technologies for power generation
- Making the Clean Air Act work: The path to controlling climate pollution
- Regulatory issues and strategies affecting the multinational company
- The evolution of climate-related threats to the multinational energy company
- Planning for carbon regulation: The Australian experience
Mineral Law Series Volume 2015, Number 1 (January 2015) Manual (looseleaf or download): 1 volume/536 pages. ISBN 978-1-882047-94-9