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After decades of debate and scientific inquiry, it is now commonly acknowledged that global warming is real, and that if unchecked it will prove globally catastrophic for the human race. The latest edition to the outstanding 'New Horizons in Environmental Law' series from Edward Elgar Publishing, "Climate Change And European Emissions Trading: Lessons For Theory And Practice" is expertly co-edited by Michael Faure (Professor of Comparative and International Environmental Law, Maastricht University, The Netherlands) and Marjan Peeters (Professor of Environmental Policy and Law, Maastricht University, The Netherlands). After an informative introduction by the editors, "Climate Change And European Emissions Trading" presents a collection of twelve superbly written contributions by leading researchers and scientists on greenhouse gas emissions trading by members of the European Union, as well as alternatives and new developments in this specialized area of global warming reduction related commercial exchange. Concluding with thoughtful and thought-provoking conclusion by the editors, "Climate Change And European Emissions Trading" is a seminal and strongly recommended work of particular relevance and value for both academic and governmental reference library collections on International Environmental Studies.
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Michael Farrell (born 1965) is a contemporary Australian poet.
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