Environmental Regulations and Global Warming

Filename: environmental-regulations-and-global-warming.pdf
ISBN: 9781604133325
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 149
Author: Paul Ruschmann
Publisher: Infobase Publishing

Download and read online Environmental Regulations and Global Warming in PDF and EPUB Presents opposing arguments on the subject of global warming and regulation, examining the causes of global warming, the seriousness of the threat, and the effectiveness of government regulation.


Global Warming

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ISBN: 9780889751842
Release Date: 1997
Number of pages: 180
Author: Laura Jones
Publisher: The Fraser Institute

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Oversight Hearing on Science and Environmental Regulatory Decisions

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ISBN: LCCN:2015461114
Release Date: 2015
Number of pages: 176
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Environment and Public Works. Subcommittee on Public Sector Solutions to Global Warming, Oversight, and Children's Health Protection
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Local Climate Change Law

Filename: local-climate-change-law.pdf
ISBN: 9780857937483
Release Date: 2012-01-01
Number of pages: 401
Author: Benjamin J. Richardson
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

Download and read online Local Climate Change Law in PDF and EPUB 'This book is a useful addition to our literature on climate change law, with its focus on climate change at the local level. It examines how local governments, municipalities and city authorities address climate change through law and policy, and the problems/constraints faced in mitigation and adaptation at the local level. The 15 contributors have thoughtfully and critically analysed the issues from intellectual as well as practical perspectives, drawing on the experiences of North America as well as the EU, China, Australia and South Africa. The reader is left with deeper insights and suggestions for the way forward.' – Irene Lin Heng Lye, National University of Singapore 'This volume offers a thorough exploration of the challenges and opportunities for local governments in many parts of the world to mitigate and adapt to climate change.' – Laura Watchmann, LEED AP-ND, Executive Director, NALGEP 'As the international climate consensus is fading, the focus has shifted from the global to the local. This book is timely and ground-breaking as it frames a new subject of legal study and proves the dramatic surge of local climate action. A must-read.' – Klaus Bosselmann, University of Auckland, New Zealand Local Climate Change Law examines the role of local government, especially within cities, in addressing climate change through legal, policy, planning and other tools. This timely study offers a multi-jurisdictional perspective, featuring international contributors who examine both theoretical and practical dimensions of how localities are addressing climate mitigation and adaptation in Australia, Canada, China, Europe, South Africa and the United States, as well as considering the place of localities in global climate law agreements and transnational networks. Written from a multi-disciplinary perspective, this book will appeal to academics, post graduate and undergraduate students in law and political science, local and national government policy makers and politicians, as well as practising local government lawyers. Anyone with a general interest in environmental issues will also find much to interest them in this insightful study.


The 21st Century Environmental Revolution

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ISBN: 9780980998917
Release Date: 2010-01
Number of pages: 196
Author: Mark C. Henderson
Publisher: Waves of the Future

Download and read online The 21st Century Environmental Revolution in PDF and EPUB Tags: environment, global warming, carbon emissions, cap-and-trade, non-renewable resource conservation, renewable energy, environmental economics & policy. DESCRIPTION: Henderson articulates a powerful new strategy that goes to the root of environmental problems: the foundations of the economy. Specific changes to the incentive structure of markets would create a Green Economic Environment which would make it more profitable for businesses and consumers to go green and make the massive power of markets work for the environment instead of against it. Much more powerful and comprehensive than cap-and-trade, Henderson's strategy deals with global warming, resource depletion, contaminants, recycling, transportation.... More details at www.wavesofthefuture.net.


Climate Change Supply Chain Management and Enterprise Adaptation Implications of Global Warming on the Economy

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ISBN: 9781616928025
Release Date: 2010-08-31
Number of pages: 354
Author: Pappis, Costas P.
Publisher: IGI Global

Download and read online Climate Change Supply Chain Management and Enterprise Adaptation Implications of Global Warming on the Economy in PDF and EPUB Mounting scientific evidence shows that Earth’s climate is dramatically changing due to the greenhouse emissions caused by human activities, notably by burning fossil fuels for energy production and transport. Climate Change, Supply Chain Management and Enterprise Adaptation: Implications of Global Warming on the Economy aims to provide one among many diverse responses to a growing sense of urgency fed by climate change and experienced by international institutions, governments, local authorities, and enterprises. It provides an interdisciplinary treatment of issues raised by climate change in connection with its implications for society, environment and economy, particularly at the company and the supply chain levels.


Global Warming and the Political Ecology of Health

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ISBN: 9781315427997
Release Date: 2016-09-16
Number of pages: 238
Author: Hans Baer
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Global Warming and the Political Ecology of Health in PDF and EPUB In this groundbreaking, global analysis of the relationship between climate change and human health, Hans Baer and Merrill Singer inventory and critically analyze the diversity of significant and sometimes devastating health implications of global warming. Using a range of theoretical tools from anthropology, medicine, and environmental sciences, they present ecosyndemics as a new paradigm for understanding the relationship between environmental change and disease. They also go beyond the traditional concept of disease to examine changes in subsistence and settlement patterns, land-use, and lifeways, throwing the sociopolitical and economic dimensions of climate change into stark relief. Revealing the systemic structures of inequality underlying global warming, they also issue a call to action, arguing that fundamental changes in the world system are essential to the mitigation of an array of emerging health crises link to anthropogenic climate and environmental change.


Energy and Environment Regulation

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ISBN: 9781349250578
Release Date: 2016-07-27
Number of pages: 324
Author: Helen Lawton Smith
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Energy and Environment Regulation in PDF and EPUB The central theme of this book is the relationship between the regulation of energy production and environmental regulation. The book explores four themes: Assessing Regulatory Impacts; Energy Pricing; Public Policy towards New Investment and Multi-Regulation, and includes contributions from leading analysts in the fields of economics, law, politics, business and technology policy.


Global Warming Gridlock

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ISBN: 9781139496827
Release Date: 2011-03-10
Number of pages:
Author: David G. Victor
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Global Warming Gridlock in PDF and EPUB Global warming is one of today's greatest challenges. The science of climate change leaves no doubt that policies to cut emissions are overdue. Yet, after twenty years of international talks and treaties, the world is now in gridlock about how best to do this. David Victor argues that such gridlock has arisen because international talks have drifted away from the reality of what countries are willing and able to implement at home. Most of the lessons that policy makers have drawn from the history of other international environmental problems won't actually work on the problem of global warming. Victor argues that a radical rethinking of global warming policy is required and shows how to make international law on global warming more effective. This book provides a roadmap to a lower carbon future based on encouraging bottom-up initiatives at national, regional and global levels, leveraging national self-interest rather than wishful thinking.


Global Warming

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ISBN: 8131301400
Release Date: 2007-01-01
Number of pages: 290
Author: Arun Kumar Shrivastava
Publisher: APH Publishing

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National Governance and the Global Climate Change Regime

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ISBN: 0742530531
Release Date: 2004-01-01
Number of pages: 191
Author: Dana Fisher
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

Download and read online National Governance and the Global Climate Change Regime in PDF and EPUB This book follows the groundbreaking Kyoto Protocol from the time of its drafting in 1997 to analyze its viability as an environmental treaty. Dana R. Fisher uses a valuable combination of substantive interview data and country case studies to understand the complexity of the domestic and international debates taking place around the Protocol. With its unique blend of quantitative and qualitative data, this study presents compelling evidence that domestic interests are crucial in the formation of international environmental policymaking.


The Oxford Handbook of the Macroeconomics of Global Warming

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ISBN: 9780199856978
Release Date: 2015
Number of pages: 703
Author: Willi Semmler
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

Download and read online The Oxford Handbook of the Macroeconomics of Global Warming in PDF and EPUB Dialogue on global warming has progressed from the Kyoto Protocol to meetings in Copenhagen and Cancun and will soon resume in meetings in South Africa. Some observers consider the Copenhagen conference a failure. EU representatives, in contrast, present an optimistic evaluation of achieving a global temperature rise limit of not more than 2°C by 2100. Geoscience researchers and lead investigators of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have supported CO2 emission reduction pledges and contend that we can achieve the 2°C limit through international coordination. This position conflicts with evaluations of United States Congressional and Presidential advisors, who do not believe the Copenhagen CO2 reduction commitments can hold the global warming increase to below 2°C and who have not supported the agreement. Developing countries are alarmed, because climate change is expected to hit them hardest. The developed world will use energy to mitigate global warming effects, but developing countries are more exposed by geography and poverty to the most dangerous consequences of a global temperature rise. The Oxford Handbook of the Macroeconomics of Global Warming analyzes the macroeconomics of global warming, especially the economics of possible preventative measures, various policy changes, and potential effects of climate change on developing and developed nations.


Encyclopedia of Global Warming and Climate Change

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ISBN: 9781452265889
Release Date: 2008-04-22
Number of pages: 1552
Author: S. George Philander
Publisher: SAGE Publications

Download and read online Encyclopedia of Global Warming and Climate Change in PDF and EPUB 2008 Best Reference, Library Journal "The impact of global warming is rapidly evolving. This valuable resource provides an excellent historical overview and framework of this topic and serves as a general resource for geography, oceanography, biology, climatology, history, and many other subjects. A useful reference for a wide audience of business professionals and government officials as well as for the general public; essential for both academic and public libraries." —Library Journal "This is a useful set because of the individual country entries as well as the general-audience language . . ." — Booklist (Starred Review) The Encyclopedia of Global Warming and Climate Change helps readers learn about the astonishingly intricate processes that make ours the only planet known to be habitable. These three volumes include more than 750 articles that explore major topics related to global warming and climate change—ranging geographically from the North Pole to the South Pole, and thematically from social effects to scientific causes. Key Features Contains a 4-color, 16-page insert that is a comprehensive introduction to the complexities of global warming Includes coverage of the science and history of climate change, the polarizing controversies over climate-change theories, the role of societies, the industrial and economic factors, and the sociological aspects of climate change Emphasizes the importance of the effects, responsibilities, and ethics of climate change Presents contributions from leading scholars and institutional experts in the geosciences Serves as a general resource for geography, oceanography, biology, climatology, history, and many other subjects The Encyclopedia of Global Warming and Climate Change provides a primarily nonscientific resource to understanding the complexities of climate change for academic and public libraries. READER'S GUIDE Atmospheric Sciences Climate climate and Society Climate Change, Effects Climate Feedbacks Climate Models Countries: Africa Countries: Americas Countries: Asia Countries: Europe Countries: Pacific Glaciology Government and International Agencies Institutions Studying Climate Change Oceanography Paleo-Climates People Programs And Conventions


The Oxford Handbook of U S Environmental Policy

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ISBN: 9780199744671
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 764
Author: Sheldon Kamieniecki
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online The Oxford Handbook of U S Environmental Policy in PDF and EPUB Prior to the Nixon administration, environmental policy in the United States was rudimentary at best. Since then, it has evolved into one of the primary concerns of governmental policy from the federal to the local level. As scientific expertise on the environment rapidly developed, Americans became more aware of the growing environmental crisis that surrounded them. Practical solutions for mitigating various aspects of the crisis - air pollution, water pollution, chemical waste dumping, strip mining, and later global warming - became politically popular, and the government responded by gradually erecting a vast regulatory apparatus to address the issue. Today, politicians regard environmental policy as one of the most pressing issues they face. The Obama administration has identified the renewable energy sector as a key driver of economic growth, and Congress is in the process of passing a bill to reduce global warming that will be one of the most important environmental policy acts in decades. The Oxford Handbook of U.S. Environmental Policy will be a state-of-the-art work on all aspects of environmental policy in America. Over the past half century, America has been the world's leading emitter of global warming gases. However, environmental policy is not simply a national issue. It is a global issue, and the explosive growth of Asian countries like China and India mean that policy will have to be coordinated at the international level. The book will therefore focus not only on the U.S., but on the increasing importance of global policies and issues on American regulatory efforts. This is a topic that will only grow in importance in the coming years, and this will serve as an authoritative guide to any scholar interested in the issue.


The Conflict Over Environmental Regulation in the United States

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ISBN: 9780387758770
Release Date: 2008-11-30
Number of pages: 318
Author: Frank T. Manheim
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online The Conflict Over Environmental Regulation in the United States in PDF and EPUB in Congress – are not considered, they may affect future energy programs just as they have past programs. Finally, potentially ruinously costly increases in energy imports force attention to the problem of how major public policy plans have been and are prepared in the United States. A witches’ brew of some 500 energy bills proposed in the 110th C ongress in the House and Senate is now being stirred up. This “inspirational” approach to public policymaking bears little resemblance to the thoughtful way critical policies have been developed in the EU. A change of the way major national planning is undertaken may do more than anything else to bring facts and reality into play, reduce hostilities, open up cooperation, new resources, technologies, creative energies, and productivity toward energy policy transitions. Chapter 6 Foreign Experience 6. 1 The European Union and Other Nations Take the Lead “The EU has pioneered a new form of post-national government, in which nation-states pool some of their sovereignty for the common good. Many of its admirers see this as a useful potential model for Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, China-Taiwan, Latin America, parts of Africa and so on. The EU takes some issues, like human rights, global warming and the fostering of an international system of justice, with admirable seriousness . . . . . . Considering the kind of Europe it replaced, the EU has been an almost miraculous success (Walker, 2007).