18 i, art. 21. In the Unit­ed States, Pres­i­dent Obama‘s admin­is­tra­tion con­sid­ers the Paris Agree­ment to be a pres­i­den­tial exec­u­tive agree­ment for the imple­men­ta­tion of the Con­ven­tion and that it is not nec­es­sary to rat­i­fy it by the Sen­ate. The main inter­na­tion­al agree­ments on cli­mate change are below. The full text of the con­tract is linked, as is the UN treaty web­site, which con­tains details on par­tic­i­pants and key data. 10 A. Cook, Artist Brings Frag­ments of Green­land Glac­i­ers to Paris Cli­mate Talks, Archi­tect (16 Decem­ber 2015), avail­able from www​.archi​tect​magazine​.com/​d​e​s​i​g​n​/​a​r​t​i​s​t​-​b​r​i​n​g​s​-​f​r​a​g​m​e​n​t​s​-​o​f​-​g​r​e​e​n​l​a​n​d​-​g​l​a​c​i​e​r​s​-​t​o​-​p​a​r​i​s​-​c​l​i​m​a​t​e​-​t​a​l​k​s_o. Legal­Trac indi­cates more than 1200 titles, includ­ing major legal jour­nals, spe­cial­ized pub­li­ca­tions and inter­na­tion­al legal jour­nals. This index is user-friend­ly because it has pro­posed themes for the terms you entered. Here are five online research guides on inter­na­tion­al cli­mate change or inter­na­tion­al envi­ron­men­tal law in gen­er­al that may be use­ful: 11 Adop­tion of the Paris Agree­ment, deci­sion 1/CP.21, in COP Report No. 21, Adden­dum, at 2, U.N. Doc.

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