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Main Title Charged atmosphere the future of U.S. policy on global warming. {electronic resource} :
Publisher Duke University School of Law,
Place Published Durham, N.C. :
Year Published 2007
OCLC Number 184951297
Subject Added Ent Global warming--Government policy--United States; Global warming--Law and legislation--United States; Climatic changes--Government policy--United States; Greenhouse gases--Government policy--United States; Greenhouse gases--Law and legislation--United States; Air--Pollution--Law and legislation--United States; Environmental policy--United States
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EJBM POD Internet only Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 05/09/2008
Notes At head of title: Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum presents:
Contents Notes Panel 1: Regulation under Massachusetts v. EPA: "Global Climate Change: The Technology Challenge" / Ryke Longest -- "State Perspective on Federal Regulation of CO2" / Frank Princiotta -- moderated by Jim Salzman. Panel Overview: : In Massachusetts v. EPA (April 2007), the U.S. Supreme Court held that carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases are subject to regulation under the Clean Air Act (CAA). However, what regulatory approach should the EPA take under the CAA? Our expert panelists will discuss various regulatory options and associated implications. Panel 2: New legislative approaches: "Criteria for Evaluating Potential Near-Term Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Policies in the U.S." / Michael Toman -- "Political Constraints of Federal Legislation" / Jedediah Purdy. Panel Overview: Many expect that Congress will soon implement a national regime to reduce greenhouse gases. Our panelists will present innovative legislative options to address global warming, and assess political constraints on the enactment of these measures. Panel 3: State preemptions: "Federal Climate Legislation: To Preempt or To Not Preempt?" / Sean Donahue -- "Litigating Urban Growth and Climate Change: Reflections on California v. San Bernardino County" / Hari Osofsky -- "Harmonizing State and Federal Carbon Markets" / Jonas Monast -- moderated by Douglas Crawford-Brown. Panel Overview: Federal climate regulation approaches. However, in the absence of federal action numerous states and regions have already begun their own climate initiatives. How can state and regional regulations be integrated into the national framework? Our panelists will tackle this complex issue and its implications.
Access Notes Webcast. Requires media player, such as RealPlayer, for viewing.
Author Added Ent
Longest, Ryke.;
Princiotta, Frank T.;
Toman, Michael A.;
Segal, Scott;
Purdy, Jedediah;
Donahue, Sean.;
Osofsky, Hari.;
Monast, Jonas.
Corporate Au Added Ent Duke University. School of Law.
Conference Title DELPF Symposium
Alternate Title Future of U.S. policy on global warming Future of United States policy on global warming 2007 DELPF Symposium Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum Symposium DELPF Symposium
PUB Date Free Form {2007}
BIB Level m
Medium electronic resource
OCLC Time Stamp 20080505094502
Cataloging Source OCLC/T
Language eng
Origin OCLC
Type CAT
OCLC Rec Leader 05047ngm 2200601Ia 45020