Climate Change : Changing Dimensions Of Law And Policy
"Climate Change : Changing Dimensions of Law And Policy" analyzes the global legal response to Climate change. Different chapters have thrown light on the policies, rules, regulations issued by different countries especially India on Climate Change. It covers the adequacy, deficiencies and challenges associated with Climate Change policy. Book is written in a simple language to cater to the mainstream readers. First chapter talks about development of international climate change regime and India's role in international Climate change discourse. Subsequent chapters highlight global response to climate change by discussing various policies and legislation on Solid waste, Renewable energy, solar policy etc. Finally, book brings the response of civil sector to climate change. It discusses Green Consumerism and response of mainstream India especially the middle class to climate change policies.
Stellina Jolly is teaching at University Institute of legal studies, Punjab University, Chandigarh. Before joining Punjab University, she has taught at various prestigious Law Institute including National Law University Jodhpur, Symbiosis Law College Pune and Army Institute of Law, Mohali. For the past Eight years she has concerned herself with various deep issue of law including Environmental law, International law and bioethics. This deep interest has enabled her to work at various levels with different organization and institutes. She has to her credit fifty publications at national and international level. She has been associated with various organization and institutions in a number of projects including Rajiv Gandhi Foundation. She holds and LLM from faculty of law, Delhi University and completed her PhD in the area of law and Bioethics concerning Human Genome project.
Amit Jain is presently working as a Regional Coordinator- South Asia at Clinton Climate Initiative. Before Joining CCI, he has worked with Infosys Technologies for about four years as a senior Technical Specialist in the domain of GIS and Environmental Planning. He has visited and worked in various countries including USA, Vietnam, Indonesia, Korea, UAE, Egypt and Australia for Climate Change and environment management projects. He has to his credit various research publications at national and international levels. His paper titles “Computer Model for Solid waste management in developing Countries” published in “Environment Science and Technology” has been well appreciated. He holds a Bachelors degree in Chemical Engineering, Masters Degree in Environment Engineering and currently pursuing PhD in solar based Power Plants.
Preface: v Introduction - ix 1. Climate Change and International Legal Framework: Issues and Perspective - 1 2. National Action Plan on Climate Change: IndianÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Legal Response to Global Warming - 39 3. Changing Dimensions of Renewable energy Policy in Response to Climate Change - 71 4. Solar Power Policy in Indian: A Scientific, environmental and Legal Analysis - 101 5. Solid West Management: A challenge to health, Environment and climate change - 131 6. CDM : Relevance to Sustainability and Energy Security in Developing Countries - 161 7. Green Consumerism in the Midst of Poverty Eyewash on climate change Mitigation Strategy - 197 Index - 225