Climate Change and Sustainable Development: Law, Policy and Practice

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Estates Gazette, 2008 - Architecture - 266 pages
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With a climate change bill before Parliament and the profile of environmental issues at an all-time high, there has never been a better time for a book to explore the related effect on the property industry. In property, at the moment it is difficult to assume an overview of these issues, and to properly assess the implications of climate change for commercial property. This is the first book that pulls together the different elements of climate change into one coherent argument, explaining what needs to be done to ensure the future of the property market. The main issues discussed are: mitigation, adaptation, energy efficiency and property valuation, in addition to providing informed commentary on the laws and practical guidance to practitioners. This book provides study of the legal processes that may result from Climate change. It uses classification of terms. It provides market analysis.

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Malcolm Dowden is a property law specialist with broad experience of commercial and residential transactions and property dispute resolution. He is the author of Practitioner's Guide to the Land Registration Act 2002 and a frequent contributor to the legal and professional press, including the Estates Gazette and the New Law Journal.

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