Dean Elizabeth Kronk Warner and Professor Emeritus Robert Adler are among 22 experts who contributed chapters to Governing for Sustainability, a new book from Environmental Law Institute (ELI) Press that recommends steps to advance the 17 sustainable development goals approved by United Nations Member States in 2015.
Professor Adler wrote chapter 6, Clean Water and Sanitation, while Dean Kronk Warner co-wrote chapter 7, Affordable and Clean Energy, with Professor Uma Outka of the University of Kansas School of Law. They previously contributed portions of these articles to a 2021 article in the Environmental Law Reporter.
Edited by environmental law experts John C. Dernbach and Scott E. Schang, Governing for Sustainability provides nearly 500 recommendations for state, tribal, territorial, local, and federal governments and includes the various contributions personal behavior can make toward both public and private governance.
See the table of contents and get more information about Governing for Sustainability here: https://www.eli.org/eli-press-books/governing-sustainability.