By Nicola Sharman, Early Stage Researcher and Harro van Asselt, Professor of Climate Law and Policy From 6-16 June, government officials and other delegates, including experts, non-governmental organisations, business representatives,… Read More »Taking Stock of the Stocktake: Reflections from the Bonn Technical Dialogue￼
Finland’s new Climate Change Act and the legally-binding target for carbon neutrality by 2035: How it happened and what it means?
By Kati Kulovesi, Professor of International Law and Director of CCEEL On 25 May 2022, the Finnish Parliament adopted a new Climate Change Act, enshrining in law the goals for… Read More »Finland’s new Climate Change Act and the legally-binding target for carbon neutrality by 2035: How it happened and what it means?
By Rosemary Mwanza, PhD Candidate Introduction In the course of my doctoral research, I have often reflected on why the ideal embodied in human rights norms and the present reality… Read More »The Right to a Healthy Environment as an Environmental Grundnorm
Historic inquiry holds the Carbon Majors accountable for the impacts of climate change in the Philippines
By Annalisa Savaresi, Associate Professor of International Environmental Law and Margaretha Wewerinke Singh, Assistant Professor of Public International Law. First published in the GNHRE blog on 10 May 2022. On 6… Read More »Historic inquiry holds the Carbon Majors accountable for the impacts of climate change in the Philippines
By Eugenia Recio Piva, Postdoctoral Researcher in Climate Law and Policy (Author’s Note: This blog post is based on my recently defended article-based PhD titled Legal Transformations in an Era… Read More »Legal Transformations in an Era of Globalization: the case of REDD+
Teksti: Antti Belinskij, Anu Lähteenmäki-Uutela, Paula Leskinen, Seita Romppanen. This was first published in the 2035Legitimacy blog. Parhaillaan uudistettavan ilmastolain tärkein työkalu on ilmastopolitiikan suunnittelujärjestelmä. Ilmastosuunnitelmien avulla Suomi pyrkii saavuttamaan… Read More »Kolme ehdotusta, miten vahvistaa ilmasto-suunnitelmien roolia
Five Takeaways on International Climate Cooperation from the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report on Mitigation
By Harro van Asselt, Professor of Climate Law and Policy. First published in the NDC Aspects blog on 7 April 2022. The latest report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change… Read More »Five Takeaways on International Climate Cooperation from the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report on Mitigation
By Annalisa Savaresi, Associate Professor of International Environmental Law. In recent years, litigation concerning climate change has increasingly invoked human rights. The databases curated by the Sabin Centre for Climate… Read More »The Role of Human Rights in Climate Litigation: A Global Review
By Nicola Sharman, PhD Researcher. The blog text was originally published on the GNHRE blog as part of COP26 Blog Series on 30 November 2021 and on the 2035Legitimacy blog on… Read More »Observer participation in the wake of COP26: the role of human rights law
By Annalisa Savaresi, Kati Kulovesi and Harro van Asselt. First published in the EJIL:Talk blog on 17 December 2021. The recent Glasgow Climate Change Conference (COP26) provided a stark reminder… Read More »Beyond COP26: Time for an Advisory Opinion on Climate Change?