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Extinction and Climate Change

About this Course

Examines the ecological, social and ethical consequences of biological impoverishment and considers various legal and policy options to address the phenomenon of climate change. The course addresses the extent to which laws like the Endangered Species Act of 1973 and some international laws can be used to address both conventional threats to species as well as the threat of climate change. An AWR class.

Course number

5335

Program

JD

Subject

Environmental Law