Climate change is a core concern that will influence policy and economic activity for years to come. This course on global climate change from University of California Berkeley examines classic issues of law and science, risk, uncertainty and precaution, litigation strategy, technology policy and international relations. Students will leave this course with an understanding of the sources and impacts of climate change, the key state, national and international policies, and the role of law.
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