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Argentine Legislation And Climate Change - Legislación Argentina Y Cambio Climático, Luis Gabriel Escobar Blanco Jul 2014

Argentine Legislation And Climate Change - Legislación Argentina Y Cambio Climático, Luis Gabriel Escobar Blanco

Luis Gabriel Escobar Blanco

This presentation was exposed in two different events, in preparation for de COP 2014 in Lima. First how panelist in "Encuentro de Cambio Climatico", organized by Ministerio de Tierras Ambiente y Recursos Naturales of Mendoza's Estate. Later in the EFICI (III Congreso de Educación en Ciencia Empírica en Facultades de Ingeniería) in UTN (Universidad Tecnológica Nacional - Regional Cuyo)

The objective this dissertation is diffusion and knowledge the argentinian legislation on climate change.

And evaluate domestic legislation by criteria Globe International Institute


The Deepwater Horizon Disaster Compensation Process As Corrective Justice: View From The Ground Up, Joan Flocks, James Davies Dec 2013

The Deepwater Horizon Disaster Compensation Process As Corrective Justice: View From The Ground Up, Joan Flocks, James Davies

Joan D. Flocks

No abstract provided.


How The Global Crime Syndicates Fuel Planet Destruction, Global Alliance Jul 2010

How The Global Crime Syndicates Fuel Planet Destruction, Global Alliance

Global Alliance

since 1945 more environmental planet destruction has been fuelled and financed with ever more leveraged debt than in the previous 60 million years - it's applied terrorism against the global life support system under the protection racket of a corrupt law profession


The Tale Of Corn, Kevin Lee Jan 2010

The Tale Of Corn, Kevin Lee

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

Kevin Lee’s animated film “The Tale of Corn” offered a hard-hitting critique of the environmental benefits of corn ethanol. It won the award for Best Use of Animation, as an animated book turned its own pages to explain problems with use of the fuel.


Scrap Tires, Jacquin Milhouse, Terri Morse Jan 2010

Scrap Tires, Jacquin Milhouse, Terri Morse

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

This film discusses the problem of how to dispose of used tires.


Six Stages In The History Of Environmental Law, Nat Keller, Sasha Millard, Emily Rohm Jan 2010

Six Stages In The History Of Environmental Law, Nat Keller, Sasha Millard, Emily Rohm

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

The film “Six Stages in the History of Environmental Law” won the University of Maryland School of Law's “Golden Tree” award for Best Use of Special Effects. Nat Keller, Sasha Millard, and Emily Rohm used moving stick figures against a backdrop of historic photos to illustrate the history of environmental law as described in Professor Percival’s casebook.


Believe, Taggart Hutchinson, Shauna Stringham, Beth Grasso, Will Tilburg Jan 2010

Believe, Taggart Hutchinson, Shauna Stringham, Beth Grasso, Will Tilburg

Student Environmental Law Films/Golden Tree Films

The student created film “Believe,” a parody of the notion of clean coal, won the “Golden Tree” for Best Use of Humor. Produced by Taggart Hutchinson, Shauna Stringham, Beth Grasso and Will Tilburg, the film featured Tagg showering with coal-based soap, using a coal lightbulb, and cooking with coal.


Cercla's Wooden Iron: The Contribution Counterclaim, Alfred R. Light Jul 2008

Cercla's Wooden Iron: The Contribution Counterclaim, Alfred R. Light

Alfred Light

No abstract provided.