By Harro van Asselt, Professor of Climate Law and Policy. First published in the EJIL:Talk! Blog on 28 December 2023. Another climate change COP has come and gone. As has become quite… Read More »“Historic” or “Historic Failure”? Fossil Fuels at COP28
By Tuula Honkonen, Senior Lecturer of International Law. First published in the 2035Legitimacy blog on 1 December 2023. In the advent of yet another UN Climate Change Conference, it is… Read More »Climate COP-28: What is all the hype about, what exactly is it that COPs do in legal terms?
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
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?
By Dr. Harro van Asselt, Professor of Climate Law and Policy. First published in the EJIL:Talk! blog on 26 November 2021. For nearly 30 years, the international legal regime addressing… Read More »Breaking a taboo: Fossil fuels at COP26
By Dr. Ellycia Harrould-Kolieb, Postdoctoral Researcher in Climate Law and Policy While there has been much talk of the disappointing end to COP 26 (the 26th meeting of the Conference… Read More »The ‘Glasgow Turn’: A shift toward more ocean-inclusive climate policy
Photo by Markus Branse on Flickr By Harro van Asselt, Professor of Climate Law and Policy and Veera Pekkarinen, PhD Researcher The latest report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate… Read More »The Global Methane Pledge: a timely new step in global climate governance
by Veera Pekkarinen. This article was first published in IISD/SDG Knowledge Hub on 13 January 2021. Photo by veeterzy on Unsplash. Methane can be characterized as a “super-pollutant”. While it… Read More »Using the Paris Agreement to strengthen action on methane
Realizing the promise of Paris: Three ways of strengthening non-state and subnational climate action
By Harro van Asselt, Sander Chan, Idil Boran, Thomas Hale, Lukas Hermwille, Charles Roger. 11 December 2020. Global Governance. Harro van Asselt, Sander Chan, Idil Boran, Thomas Hale, Lukas Hermwille,… Read More »Realizing the promise of Paris: Three ways of strengthening non-state and subnational climate action