Law and Justice

Here we have our articles concerning Climate Justice and Environmental Law!

Articles

The once-a-decade conference sees Small Island Developing States (SIDS) meet to take stock of their development, and set goals for Read more
Developed countries contribute more to climate change but are disproportionately burdened by its impacts, and often have fewer resources to Read more
Green Colonialism urgently needs to be acknowledged and addressed to decolonise and de-Westernise climate change policies. Renewable energy and conservation Read more
Rosebank, if approved, would create more CO2 (through burning oil and gas) than the combined emissions of all 28 low-income Read more
Commercial environmental law is based on the polluter pays and precautionary principle Environmental laws and commercial responsibility are quickly increasing Read more
Our Children’s Trust is a US non-profit law firm that helps youth to fight for their right to a safe Read more
In a historic unanimous resolution the UNGA asked the ICJ to clarify what are states’ obligations to combat the climate Read more
The East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) is a 1,443 km heated and buried pipeline that will export oil from Read more
Individuals in low-income communities are more affected by inadequate waste management and resource exploitation. People who live in poverty are Read more
Only 18 % of appointed ministers worldwide are women. The vulnerability of women to the climate crisis is not only Read more