Since 2010 she has held an appointment as Conjoint Professor in the Faculty of Law at Lund University, Sweden and she is also an Associated Senior Fellow at the Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Oslo, and an Associated Researcher in the Centre for Water, Oceans and Sustainability Law at the University of Utrecht. My aim is to develop in students their own vision of how the world is and how they would like it to be, and to provide them with the tools to pursue their vision. Climate Change and International Trade and Investment Law Markus W. This well-documented study will appeal to international lawyers, academics, policy makers, government employees, negotiators, practitioners, international legal theorists and anyone interested in climate change and how to maximise our international legal and policy responses to it. The book convincingly shows how the legal regulation of climate change has affected the content and structure of international law as a whole.
I regularly advise governments, inter-governmental and non-governmental organisations and have held visiting appointments at research and academic institutions around the world. Overall, this book offers an invigorating new take on legal implications of climate change—and our responses to it—across international law regimes. In her chapter, Rayfuse places her discussion of climate change and the law of the sea within the broader context of endemic problems in dealing with longer standing threats to the marine environment. Responsibility: edited by Rosemary Rayfuse, Shirley V. Climate change gives rise to a series of profound problems touching upon a range of bodies of law international economic law, human rights law, state responsibility, international migration law in a complex political and ethical environment. The first is the physical amenability of the Antarctic continent to claims of territory. Climate Change and the Law of the Sea Rosemary Rayfuse 7.
The volume also examines the impacts of climate change on the underlying principles and processes of international law including those relating to the making and enforcement of international law and to third party dispute resolution. There is more optimism on offer from Gehring, Cordonier-Segger and Hepburn—although their chapter on the potential impact of climate change especially as a catalyst for developments within the law of international trade and investment, relies for its specifics upon the much broader notion of sustainable development than it does upon climate change. In the latter though it is not the concluding chapter , Brunnée arguably brings the arguments full circle, with thoughts on the difficult task of envisaging the future of the global climate regime. This course is available with permission as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit. The E-mail message field is required. Climate change will fundamentally affect every area of human endeavour, including the development of international law.
Australia in World Affairs 2011-2015, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. This timely study brings together a group of leading scholars in their respective fields of international law to examine the impacts of climate change, and our responses to it, on the whole spectrum of international legal regimes, including those dealing with everything from climate displacement, human rights, and international trade and inves. Climate Change and International Humanitarian Law Karen Hulme 9. The book convincingly shows how the legal regulation of climate change has affected the content and structure of international law as a whole. The authors should be congratulated on a stimulating collection of essays that brings together a diverse range of scholars and which sheds real light on the complex dimensions of the food security debate. In this way international law can maximise its coherence and its efficacy.
Includes table of cases and table of treaties. There is clearly much work to do across many of the iterations of international law. This book maps the current and potential impacts of climate change on the norms, principles, rules and processes of international law. . It presents international law and lawyers with a wide range of novel issues, practical as well as conceptual. The E-mail message field is required.
In this way international law can maximise its coherence and its efficacy. The course includes two case studies, from among the following: climate technology transfer; carbon markets; food security. Climate Change and Compliance and Enforcement Processes Jutta Brunnee 13. Course content This course covers the international law dealing with climate change with a view to assessing how the harms and burdens associated with climate change are governed and allocated in different legal regimes. Climate Change and International Human Rights Law Stephen Humphreys 3.
You can change your cookie settings at any time. She practiced law in Vancouver, Canada and worked as a law clerk judges associate at the British Columbia Court of Appeal. Other areas of international law can, and must, be included in the solution. The main challenges regarding the fulfilment of these obligations are the lengthy scientific assessments, and the logistical and financial burdens of the large-scale project to remove and remediate the area. The primary aim of the book is to explore the impact that climate change will have on international law in the decades ahead.