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Articles from University of Pennsylvania Law Review (June 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
Allocating responsibility for the failure of global warming policies. Hersch, Joni; Viscusi, W. Kip 14465
Basic compensation for victims of climate change. Farber, Daniel A. 22187
Climate change and animals. Hsiung, Wayne; Sunstein, Cass R. 18206
Climate change and international human rights litigation: a critical appraisal. Posner, Eric A. 8660
Climate change, insurability of large-scale disasters, and the emerging liability challenge. Kunreuther, Howard C.; Michel-Kerjan, Erwann O. 18045
Corrective justice and liability for global warming. Adler, Matthew D. 4153
Desperately seeking numbers: global warming, species loss, and the use and abuse of quantification in climate change policy analysis. Johnston, Jason Scott 10442
Harmonizing regulatory and litigation approaches to climate change mitigation: incorporating tradable emissions offsets into common law remedies. Engel, Kirsten H. 18875
Insurability of damage caused by climate change: a commentary. Faure, Michael G. 10799
Legal liability as climate change policy. Sigman, Hilary 2796
Liability for climate change: the benefits, the costs, and the transaction costs. Schwarze, Reimund 1945
Negligence in the air: the duty of care in climate change litigation. Hunter, David; Salzman, James 22857
Reasonable emissions of greenhouse gases: efficient abatement for a stock pollutant. Chang, Howard F. 2514
Scientific challenges in the attribution of harm to human influence on climate. Allen, Myles; Pardeep, Pall; Stone, Daithi; Stott, Peter; Frame, David; Min, Seung-Ki; Nozawa, Toru; 18288
The case for a sustainable climate policy: why costs and benefits must be temporally balanced. Pielke, Roger A., Jr. 5998
Think globally, act globally: the limits of local climate policies. Wiener, Jonathan B. 8347
Timing and form of federal regulation: the case of climate change. DeShazo, J.R.; Freeman, Jody 28743
Unraveling the global warming regime complex: competitive entrophy in the regulation of the global public good. Bluemel, Erik B. 31405

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