World Climate Change The Role Of International Law And Institutions
World Climate Change: The Role of International Law and Institutions is a collection of papers on global climate problems prepared for a two-day conferences held in 1980 at the University of Denver College of Law. The papers describe and evaluate the present state if our efforts to reduce or adapt to manmade stresses on the global environment.
INTRODUCTION 1. Social Resiliency and Carbon Dioxide:Preliminary Remarks 2. The Challenge of World Climate Change PART I: INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE AND WEATHER-RELATED ACTIVITIES, PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES 1. Climate and Climate Impacts 2. International Climate Program Planning and Research 3. International Organizations and Climate Change 4. Food and Climate: Basic Issues and Some Policy Implications 5. Anthropogenic Climate Change: Assessing the Responsibility of Developed and Developing Countries 6. Global Climate, World Politics and National Security PART II: EXISTING AND ALTERNATIVE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW AND INSTITUTIONS: RESPONSES TO WEATHER AND CLIMATE PROBLEMS 7. International Strategies and Institutions for Coping with Climate Change, 8. Global Management of the Environment: Regional and Multilateral Initiatives 9. Unilateral Actions to Control Planned and Inadvertent Climate Modification: Options and Obstacles 10. The Atmosphere: Change, Politics and World Law - 11. A Resource Management Approach to Carbon Dioxide During the Century of Transition 12. The International Law and Politics of Acid Rain 13. Options for Public Control of Atmospheric Management PART III: APPRAISAL AND RECOMMENDATIONS 14. Global Climate Change and International Law and Institutions