Under the recently adopted 2030 EU climate change policy framework, land use, land use change and forestry (LULUCF) will for the first time contribute to the EU’s economy wide emission reduction target. This article looks at the history of the LULUCF Regulation, analysing its contents in light of the history of international and regional efforts to regulate emissions and removals in this specific sector. It highlights the challenges associated with regulating this specific sector and reviews ...
First paragraph: The incorporation of international law into domestic law means embedding legal standards as set out in international law and making them enforceable at the domestic level. This incorporation can take many different forms. This paper seeks to set out some of the ways through which Scotland could incorporate economic, social and cultural (ESC) rights into the domestic legal framework. Traditionally incorporation has been understood as a way of directly embedding international l...
Written evidence from Dr Katie Boyle, Senior Lecturer in Law
Written Evidence to The human rights implications of Brexit, Fifth Report of Session 2016-17
This article is concerned with the grounds of referral to the children's hearings system: Scotland's integrated juvenile care and justice system. The article posits a tripartite analysis of the grounds upon which children can be referred to hearings and, in so doing, rejects the traditional dualism between "offence" and "care and protection" grounds. Drawing upon empirical research, the article identifies three categories of grounds in current practice, namely: "care and protection", "conduct...
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