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The UK Climate Change Act was the first case of a country implementing blanket legally binding long-term emissions reduction targets in order to combat climate change. This book provides the first accessible and in-depth analysis of the UK's complex Climate Change Act framework, presenting the discussion in a clear and interdisciplinary manner designed to open the workings of the challenging framework to a broad audience.
It discusses the political `story' surrounding the framework, and its treatment in scholarly environmental literature; analyses the technical content of the Act; explores the framework's international significance, and its internal `subnational' dimensions and impact, engaging the UK's devolved jurisdictions of Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. This first, much-needed interdisciplinary treatment of the framework is both introductory and analytical in nature and will be of interest to scholars, practitioners and general readers of environmental studies, policy and governance.
Thomas L Muinzer is a lecturer is environmental law and public law at the University of Stirling, UK. He undertook his qualifying law degree and other legal qualifications at Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland. He has general expertise in environmental and public law and policy, and particular expertise in climate and energy law and policy. He has been involved in an advisory capacity with a broad range of environmental and other actors, including NGOs, representatives in the UK's devolved governments, and others.
Release date Australia
August 31st, 2018
Country of Publication
1st ed. 2019
1 Illustrations, color; XIII, 146 p. 1 illus. in color.
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