Students examine the ecological, social and ethical consequences of climate change impacts on the natural world. After reviewing climate disruption's potential to invoke significant habitat modification and biological impoverishment, students consider various legal and policy options to address both the phenomenon of climate change and its effects. A JD perspective class. THERE ARE NO REQUIRED BOOKS FOR THIS CLASS - ALL REQUIRED MATERIALS WILL BE PROVIDED.
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