Farm Group Opposition to Climate Bill

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed.FYI; this is certainly not helpful in terms of the prospects for U.S. climate change legislation; the heated rhetoric below also is a good way to remind students that this issue is often viewed through ideological lenses that make it even more difficult [...]

JELP: Call for Submissions

The Journal of Environmental Law and Policy (JELP) at the UCLA School of Law requests Post-Copenhagen law & policy submissions for our Spring 2010 issue. JELP is a premiere legal journal covering a variety of timely environmental policy and legal issues. Our Spring 2009 issue focused on US state climate policy and included articles from [...]

Pew Summary of Copenhagen Accord

An excellent 5-page summary of the Copenhagen meeting  is now available on the Pew Center on Global Climate Change’s site, Fifteenth Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Fifth Session of the Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol (2010).

New Article on the EU and the Copenhagen Accord

Christian Egenhofer & Anton Georgiev have published an interesting commentary on the European Union’s take on the Copenhagen Accord in the Centre for European Policy Studies Commentaries series, The Copenhagen Accord – A first stab at deciphering the implications for the EU (Dec. 2009).
The paper argues initially that the Accord is viewed more favorably in [...]