The Law of Climate Change in Canada

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Editor: Dennis Mahony Joint winner of the Walter Owen Book Prize, 2011 Co-authored by an unrivalled team of leading academics and practitioners: Carole Chan, Valerie Chort, Tony Crossman, David Dell, Tyson Dyck, Meinhard Doelle, Marc Dunning, Patricia Farnese, Sean Foreman, Mike Gerrard, Jeff Gracer, Colin Graham, Shi-Ling Hsu, Charles Kazaz, Patricia Koval, John Laskin, Alastair Lucas, Q.C., Roger Martella, Dennis Mahony, Teresa Meadows, Michael Pickersgill, Mary J. Shariff, Eugene Smary, Alex Smith, John D. Stefaniuk, John Terry, James Thistle, Q.C. and John Tobin Joint winner of the Walter Owen Book Prize, 2011. This is the first and only resource to provide an in-depth description and analysis of the complex and ever expanding array of domestic and international laws and initiatives addressing climate change in Canada. Containing comprehensive coverage of provincial and federal legislation and policy developments from across Canada, The Law of Climate Change in Canada also describes in detail some of the many emerging climate change law sub-disciplines, including:

  • Carbon finance
  • Litigation
  • Real property
  • Tax
  • Securities law and disclosure
Co-authored by leading lawyers and academics from across North America. The editor, Dennis Mahony, is widely regarded as a leading expert in this complex and emerging new field. He has recruited an exceptional group of lawyers and academics from across Canada and the US to ensure unrivaled subject matter breadth and depth.

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