Global climate change has quickly become one of the most pressing social, environmental, and economic challenges confronting the global community. It raises significant social, environmental and legal challenges. The governance system applying to climate change is complex and multi-level. This book will explore the legal, political, social and scientific challenges involved in addressing and responding to climate change. The different part of the book will consider international strategies and laws, including the Kyoto Protocol, emissions trading schemes, and efforts to involve the developing world in climate change mitigation. It also analyze climate change laws and policies from a comparative perspective for addressing climate change in the aftermath of the Kyoto Protocol and affects on people in far-reaching ways. Impacts related to climate change are evident across regions and in many sectors important to society-such as human health, agriculture and food security, water supply, transportation, energy, ecosystems, and others and are expected to become increasingly disruptive throughout this century and beyond. The major learning objectives is to provide students with an introduction to the philosophical underpinnings and the political and legal processes that shape climate change law & policy and to introduces students to the complex relationship between climate change law and other areas of law. The adaptability of the book will make it appealing to anybody working in , universities, law offices and consultancies who wish to acquire an opportune capability and master learning in environmental change law and arrangement.