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LAW 624S - Climate Change Law (Prof. Nevitt - Spring 2024)

Subject Introduction

With the research component of your class in mind, we have compiled a guide of useful resources for the topic of climate change and the law. If you have any questions, please request a student consult with a librarian using the form linked on the right-hand side of this guide.

Glossary of Terms

Terminology associated with climate change law is extensive, and it is imperative for researchers to have a proper understanding and definitions of terms.  Below are selected free publications with helpful glossaries defining important climate change-related terms of art. 

Free Online Sources

Additional Sources

Many academic institutions and professional associations publish research guides on topics across a multitude of disciplines.  Research guides are helpful when exploring a new or unfamiliar topic.  They provide links to primary and secondary sources on many aspects of climate change law, including energy and environment research, foreign and international legal research, and special topics in climate change.

In addition to this guide, below are links to selected guides available on the websites of MacMillan Law Library, Woodruff Library, several other academic libraries, and the Library of Congress to help you begin the research process.  

Research Guides:  

Foreign and International Law:

Guide Authorship and Currency

Originally published on September 20, 2022 by Erin Grimes.

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