Abhimanyu George (Georgetown): The 21st Century Atlantis: The International Law of Statehood and Climate Change-Induced Loss of Territory. Maxine Burkett (Hawaii): A Justice Paradox: On Climate Change, Small Island Developing States, and the Quest for Effective Legal Remedy. Chris Armstrong (Southampton): Climate Justice and Territorial Rights. Elizabeth Burleson (LSE) and Jennifer (C2ES): Antarctica and Climate Change. Simon Dalby (Wilfrid Laurier): Rethinking Geopolitics: Climate Security in the Anthropocene. Dan M. Kahan (Yale): Climate Science Communication and the Measurement Problem. Marcia Narine (St Thomas): Climate Change and Business Law in the United States: Using Procurement, Pay, and Policy Changes to Influence Corporate Behaviour. Rainald Borck (Potsdam): Will Skyscrapers Save the Planet? Building Height Limits and Urban Greenhouse Gas Emissions. Joshua Meltzer (Brookings): A Carbon Tax as a Driver of Green Technology Innovation and the Implications for International Trade. Geoengineering technologies are a part of the technology response that must be developed, but they are only a part. Adam Levy on how to predict the future: Why are mathematical models for predicting climate change lagging behind technological advances? Brad Plumer on what the world would look like if we took global warming seriously. Christopher J. Preston reviews A Perfect Moral Storm: The Ethical Tragedy of Climate Change by Stephen Gardiner. Anders Levermann explains why nothing can be done to halt the collapse of the Amundsen Sea's ice shelf. Countdown to oblivion: Saskia Sassen on the real reason we can’t stop global warming. Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway on 14 concepts that will be obsolete after catastrophic climate change.