Climate Law
A Journal on Climate Change and the Law
ISSN: 1878-6553 NEW
Volume 2; 4 issues
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Status Report: First issue (volume 2:1) online on 13 May 2011
Next issue (volume 2:2) scheduled for August 2011

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Editor-in-Chief
Dr. Alexander Zahar
Macquarie Law School
Macquarie University
Sydney, NSW
Australia
E-mail: alexander.zahar@mq.edu.au

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Navraj Singh Ghaleigh
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Editorial Board
Steinar Andresen, Norway Ronald B. Mitchell, USA
Jutta Brunnée, Canada Massimiliano Montini, Italy
Cinnamon P. Carlarne, USA Sebastian Oberthür, Belgium
Achala Chandani, United Kingdom Hari Osofsky, USA
Christian Downie, Australia Marc Pallemaerts, The Netherlands
Michael G. Faure, The Netherlands Jacqueline Peel, Australia
Christiana Figueres, USA Marjan Peeters, The Netherlands
David Freestone, USA Melissa A. Perry, Australia
Navraj Singh Ghaleigh, United Kingdom Anuradha R.V., India
Jon Hovi, Norway Lavanya Rajamani, India
Saleemul Huq, United Kingdom Dongli Sang, China
René Lefeber, The Netherlands Olav Schram Stokke, Norway
Jolene Lin, Hong Kong Charlotte Streck, The Netherlands
Gerhard Loibl, Austria Geir Ulfstein, Norway
Larry MacFaul, United Kingdom Jacob Werksman, USA
Jan McDonald, Australia Farhana Yamin, United Kingdom

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Aims and Scope 
A complex legal regime has evolved to frame climate governance, encompassing interconnected public international law, transnational law and private law elements. At the core of the international effort remain the UNFCCC and Kyoto Protocol, which have spawned innovative features such as carbon trading mechanisms and a sophisticated compliance regime. Municipal legislative action dealing with mitigation and adaptation is gathering pace.

The focus of the peer-reviewed journal Climate Law is on the many legal issues that arise internationally and at the state level as climate law continues to evolve.
 
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