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Recognizing the Right to a Healthy Environment at the Council of Europe: Why it matters 

By Corina Heri, Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Zurich, Linnéa Nordlander, Assistant Professor at University of Copenhagen, and Annalisa Savaresi, Professor at University of Stirling and Associate Professor, University of Eastern Finland. First published… Read More »Recognizing the Right to a Healthy Environment at the Council of Europe: Why it matters 

The way forward for gender-responsive climate adaptation in International Climate Law

By Raihanatul Jannat, PhD Candidate. First published in the FMI’s Climate Bulletin: Research Letters on 21 February 2023 Due to existing multi-dimensional social injustices, some gender groups experience climate change… Read More »The way forward for gender-responsive climate adaptation in International Climate Law

Greenpeace activists together with survivors of climate disasters carry banners during a protest beside the Marikina River flood level marker. The groups called on the government to stand for climate justice, ahead of the May 2022 national elections and after the #LetTheEarthBreathe movement made rounds online. Marikina is one of the hardest hit cities in the metro during typhoon season in the Philippines, where calamities have worsened resulting in heavy rains and severe flooding in various parts of the country. © Basilio H. Sepe / Greenpeace

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