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The International and Domestic Law of Climate Change: A Binding International Agreement Without the Senate or Congress?
The Road to Paris: Multidimensional Action to Address Climate Change (2015)
  • David A. Wirth
Abstract
This paper asserts that neither Senate advice and consent nor new congressional legislation are necessarily conditions precedent to the United States becoming a party to an agreement containing binding emission-reduction (mitigation) commitments. Professor Wirth presented this paper remotely using Skype.
Disciplines
Publication Date
October 27, 2015
Citation Information
David A. Wirth. "The International and Domestic Law of Climate Change: A Binding International Agreement Without the Senate or Congress?" The Road to Paris: Multidimensional Action to Address Climate Change (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/david_wirth/123/