Golden Gate University Law Review


In this short article, I review the development of U.S. climate change and energy policy under President George W. Bush, describe various executive branch initiatives to address the issue of global climate change, and assess the prospects for progressive U.S. action to address climate change over the remainder of the Bush Presidency. This is a short article because the repudiation of Kyoto speaks for itself and the domestic initiatives that could arguably influence greenhouse gas abatement seem extraordinarily modest in scope and cost.