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Climate Change Regulation and Litigation: A "Lost Decade" of Controversy and Confrontation
Westlaw Environmental Journal (2012)
  • Richard Faulk
Abstract
Years ago, we published our first article regarding climate change. In it, we foresaw “stormy weather ahead,” but we attempted to begin a “constructive dialogue” about the issues raised by global climate change. Today, we can look back over a decade of controversy and confrontation regarding climate change in virtually all legal forums and institutions – and say, without hesitation, that the issue of global climate change has truly experienced a “lost decade.”
Keywords
  • climate change,
  • global warming,
  • public nuisance,
  • greenhouse gas,
  • carbon dioxide,
  • EPA,
  • Kivalina,
  • American Electric Power,
  • Comer
Disciplines
Publication Date
November 21, 2012
Citation Information
Richard Faulk. "Climate Change Regulation and Litigation: A "Lost Decade" of Controversy and Confrontation" Westlaw Environmental Journal Vol. 33 Iss. 9 (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/richard_faulk/59/