Part I - Introduction 1: Cinnamon P. Carlarne, Kevin R. Gray and Richard G. Tarasofsky: International Climate Change Law - Mapping the Field 2: Alan Boyle and Navraj Singh Ghaleigh: Climate Change and International Law beyond the UNFCCC 3: Navraj Singh Ghaleigh: Science and Climate Change Law - The Role of the IPPC in International Decision-Making 4: Navraj Singh Ghaleigh: Economics and International Climate Change Law Part II - Institutional 5: David Freestone: The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change - The Basis for the Climate Change Regime 6: Sebastian Oberthur: Compliance under the Evolving Climate Regime 7: Alexander Thompson: The Global Regime for Climate Finance: Political and Legal Challenges Part III - Climate Change - Principles and Emerging Norms Concepts in International Law 8: Jonathan B. Wiener: Precaution and Climate Change 9: Catherine Redgwell: Principles and Emerging Norms in International Law - Intra- and Inter-generational Equity 10: Friedrich Soltau: Common Concern of Humankind 11: John H. Knox: Human Rights Principles and Climate Change Part IV - Setting Up the International Mitigation Regime: Contents and Consequences 12: Shi-Ling Hsu: International Market Mechanisms 13: Michael A. Mehling: Legal Frameworks for Linking National Emissions Trading Systems 14: Andrew Shoyer, Jung-ui Sul and Colette van der Ven: Carbon Leakage and the Migration of Private CO2 Emitters to other Jurisdictions 15: Francesco Sindico: National Measures and WTO Consistency - Border Measures and other Instruments to Prevent Carbon Leakage and Level the Carbon Playing Field 16: Harro van Asselt: The Design and Implementation of Greenhouse Gas Emmissions Trading 17: Martijn Wilder Am and Lauren Drake: International Law and the Renewable Energy Sector 18: Joshua D. Sarnoff: Intellectual Property and Climate Change, with an Emphasis on Patents and Technology Transfer Part V - Climate Change Litigation 19: Roda Verheyen & Cathrin Zengerling: International Dispute Settlement 20: Timothy Meyer: Institutions and Expertise: The Role of Science in Climate Change Lawmaking 21: Christina Voigt: Climate Change and Damages 22: Philippe Cullet: Human Rights and Climate Change - Broadening the Right to Environment Part VI - Living with Climate Change and Climate Change Adaptation Measures 23: Jane McAdam: Climate Change-related Displacement of Persons 24: Josh Eagle and U. Rashid Sumaila: Climate, Oceans, and the Law of Special and General Adaptation 25: Charlotte Streck & Darragh Conway: Forestry and Agriculture under the UNFCCC: A Jigsaw Waiting to be Assembled? 26: Daniel Farber: Climate Change & Disaster Law Part VII - Regional and Country-Specific Perspectives 27: Michael B. Gerrard: United States Climate Change Law 28: Alex L. Wang: Climate Change Policy and Law in China 29: Sanja Bogojevi'c: Climate Change Law and Policy in the European Union 30: Deepa Badrinarayana: Climate Change Law and Policy in India 31: Anna Korppoo, Max Gutbrod, and Sergei Sitnikov: Russian Law on Climate Change 32: Karen Alvarenga de Oliveira: Brazilian Climate Change Law 33: Joyeeta Gupta: The Least Developed Countries and Climate Change Law 34: Espen Ronneberg: Small Islands and the Big Issue: Climate Change and the Role of the Alliance of Small Island States
Cinnamon Pinon Carlarne is Professor of Law at Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University. Prior to joining the Moritz Faculty, she was an Assistant Professor at the University of South Carolina School of Law. From 2006-2008, Professor Carlarne was the Harold Woods Research Fellow in Environmental Law at Wadham College, Oxford, where she was a member of the law faculty and the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies. She previously taught at the University of Cincinnati Center for Environmental Studies. Prior to joining the University of Cincinnati, she was an associate attorney in the Energy, Land Use, and Environment section at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld in Washington, D.C. Her scholarship focuses on the evolution of system of domestic and international environmental governance. Kevin R. Gray is currently Counsel at the Trade Law Bureau, Government of Canada. He practices in the area of international trade law focussing primarily on WTO dispute settlement and free trade agreement negotiations. For over 15 years, Kevinas work has examined the relationship between international trade obligations and environmental measures including those relating to climate change. He is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Ottawa and has a Masters of Laws from the London School of Economics. He currently teaches at the University of Ottawa and Carleton University and has taught courses in international law and international economic law at the London School of Economics and the School of Oriental and African Studies. Richard G. Tarasofsky is a Canadian lawyer and diplomat, currently on posting at the Canadian Embassy to Germany. From 2009-2013, he headed the international environmental law section at Global Affairs Canada, where he was counsel on the Canadian delegation to the UN climate change negotiations. From 2007 2009, Mr. Tarasofsky was a counsel with the Government of Canadas Trade Law Bureau. Prior to becoming a public servant, Mr. Tarasofsky directed the Energy, Environment and Development Programme at Chatham House (2004-2007). From 1998- 2004, Mr. Tarasofsky was in private practice as specialising in international law relating to sustainable development. From 1993 1998, Mr. Tarasofsky was a Legal Officer at the Environmental Law Centre of the International Union of Conservation of Nature (IUCN).