Criminological and legal consequences of climate change /
- Publication info:
- Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart, 2012.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- Criminological and legal consequences of climate change / edited by Stephen Farrall, Tawhida Ahmed and Duncan French.
- Other Authors:
Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart, 2012
- Item Description:
This book stems from a seminar held in April 2010 at the International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Oñati, Spain.
- Physical Description:
viii, 272 p. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents
- Introduction : exploring the legal and criminological consequences of climate change : an introduction / Stephen Farrall, Tawhida Ahmed and Duncan French
- Where might we be headed? : some of the possible consequences of climate change for the criminological research agenda / Stephen Farrall
- International legal responses to the challenges of a lower carbon future : energy law for the twenty-first century / Catherine Redgwell
- UK climate change litigation : between hard and soft framing / Chris Hilson
- Climate change and paradoxical harm / Rob White
- Corporate governance and climate change / Sally Wheeler
- Climate change, environmental (in)security, conflict and crime / Nigel South
- Analysis of climate change from a human rights perspective / Tom Obokata
- Climate change and aid funding : an appraisal of recent developments / Anna La Chimia
- Climate change : effects on mobility of EU workers and the need to safeguard supplementary (occupational) pension rights / Konstantina Kalogeropoulou
- Defining pollution down : forestry, climate change and the dark figure of carbon emissions / Mark Halsey
- Personal carbon trading : towards sustainable consumption in an age of climate change and energy constraints / Peter Doran
- State responsibility for the adverse impacts of climate change on individuals : assessing the potential for an interdisciplinary approach / Matthew Hall
- Situating climate change in (international) law : a triptych of competing narratives / Tawhida Ahmed and Duncan French.