Symposium— Rethinking Law in a Nexus Future: Governing Energy, Water, Food, and Climate Challenges–Part II
Speak Loudly and Carry a Small Stick: Prudential Regulation and the Climate, Energy, and Finance Nexus
ABSTRACT: Even with the best political will in the world, governments alone may not be able to prevent dangerous climate change. They will need to leverage the private sector, in particular, the financial sector, to achieve the transition to a low-carbon economy.
The Energy In-Betweens
ABSTRACT: Federal energy law is center stage for its deep interaction with the climate change imperative. Amidst a growing recognition that the wholesale electricity markets fail to value carbon-free electricity generation, states and regional grid operators have begun experimenting with initiatives aimed at remedying such failings.
Ecological Integrity as an Alternative Frame for the Water, Unconventional Gas, and Food Nexus
ABSTRACT: This Article argues that the present economic growth frame is not appropriate for mediating the water, energy (unconventional gas), and food nexus. Its application perpetuates the problems caused by overexploitation and overconsumption of nexus resources.
Governing the Energy-Water-Food Nexus: Regulating Unconventional Gas Development in Queensland, Australia
ABSTRACT: This Article provides a glimpse into a living laboratory for the governance of the energy-water-food nexus. It does so to expand our understanding of nexus governance, which has remained under-examined in the context of unconventional gas development.