The San Diego Journal of Climate & Energy Law serves as a foundation for continued dialogue and development of the rapidly emerging legal issues related to climate change and energy. The journal delves into topics such as insurance claims related to climate change, law and economics associated with cap-and-trade greenhouse gas markets, new energy policy of the carbon-constrained world, legal implications of trans-border air and water pollution, and effects of climate change on endangered species law.
The first issue of the San Diego Journal of Climate & Energy Law was published December 2009. If you are interested in receiving a copy, please contact Brigid Bennett. The cost for an annual subscription is $27.
The San Diego Journal of Climate & Energy Law is also announcing the Sixth Annual Climate & Energy Law Symposium to be held on Friday, November 7, 2014, 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. in the Mother Rosalie Hill Hall Warren Auditorium. For more information, please contact Kassandra Castillo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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|Articles in 2014 Issue|
|A Climate Change Lens on the Dormant Commerce Clause, Lifecycle GHG Taxes, and In-State RPSS Requirements|
Michael Barsa & David A. Dana
|Carbonite Legal Conflict in California|
|Climate Change and Environmental Justice: Lessons from the California Lawsuits|
|Electric Power Resource "Shuffling" and Subnational Carbon Regulation: Looking Upstream for a Solution|
Jim Rossi & Andrew J.D. Smith
|Energy Policy, Extraterritoriality, and the Dormant Commerce Clause|
Alexandra B. Klass & Elizabeth Henley
|She Sells Seawalls Down by the Seashore|
|The Lacey Act Amendments of 2008: The World's First Ban on Illegal Logging Combats Deforestation But Gets Stumped by Foreign Laws|
Yijin J. Lee