Law and Justice

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

Articles

The case Aguinda vs. ChevronTexaco over the spilling of oil was extraordinary in a way that the oil company was Read more
by Reinout Debergh The accusers and the accused On April 4th, 2018, Dutch NGO Milieudefensie started a lawsuit against Shell. Read more
This article examines the debates surrounding the future of small island nations such as Kiribati, which may completely disappear under Read more
This article follows up on the previous article “What is climate justice” exploring where these terms appear in the international Read more
Climate justice comprises several types of justice: distributive; procedural; intergenerational and compensatory. This article also addresses the principles of climate Read more
In this article we elaborate on the term just transition, a concept that entails both - climate change mitigation and Read more
Underdeveloped and developing countries today have an opportunity that the world’s current industrial superpowers didn't have when they were developing; Read more
Green energy currently presents opportunities for more jobs than oil and gas. However, changes will have to involve careful consideration Read more
Modern-day agriculture is unsustainable, accounting for 25% of global greenhouse emissions and failing to adequately distribute food to meet the Read more
Moving from an extractive linear economy to a sustainable circular economy while minimising environmental degradation and avoiding future harm to Read more