This paper begins with a brief description of existing international and domestic environmental law relating to climate change. It then describes the science and politics that are shaping development in international climate law, and then describes the emerging international regime of greenhouse gas emission limits. This describes how Canadian governments are responding to the possibility of limits on emissions, and identifies the resulting risks and opportunities.
Opportunities and liabilities from greenhouse gas emissions and greenhouse gas emission reductions
Air, Climate Change, Canada, Greenhouse Gas Emissions
March 1, 1999
West Coast Environmental Law