Author: James Dallas

James Dallas read Law at Oxford University. He spent over 40 years, barring a brief spell at an oil company, in private practice; 34 of which were at Dentons, where he was Chairman for 13 years. James was also a non-executive director of AMEC plc. He has been the Executive Director of the Energy and Climate Change Institute for 7 years.
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Climate Change and the Role of the Law

Stephen Tromans QC’s article begins with a statement; “We all know what is needed ….to avert the climate change catastrophe…”. There is no cautioning about the need for more scientific research or analysis, to establish whether climate change is occurring and if so, what is causing it. His statement reflects…