Climate Change, Law, and Criminology
Article from: OGEL 5 (2013), in Book Reviews and Related Material
The book Criminological and legal consequences of climate change is a collection of papers from a seminar, and so reading this review may be like asking someone about a conference they attended. Their summary will inevitably be patchy, focussing on some areas while ignoring others: commending highlights, condemning lowlights, and contributing no light on some areas. The collection is well edited by Professors Stephen Farrall and Duncan French, and Dr Tawhida Ahmed. They explain that the seminar and this book (1) examine climate change's consequences (both legal and ...