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Title: Implementing the Paris Agreement: Lessons from the Global Human Rights Regime
Author(s): Savaresi, Annalisa
Scott, Joanne
Contact Email: annalisa.savaresi@stir.ac.uk
Issue Date: 26-Jun-2019
Citation: Savaresi A & Scott J (2019) Implementing the Paris Agreement: Lessons from the Global Human Rights Regime. Climate Law, 9 (3), pp. 159-164. https://doi.org/10.1163/18786561-00903001
Abstract: First paragraph: This article is an introduction to a special issue of Climate Law on the relationship between climate change and human rights law. The special issue collects selected papers from a workshop entitled ‘Implementing the Paris Agreement: Comparative Lessons from the Global Human Rights Regime’, organized by the authors in collaboration with Tom Pegram (ucl) and Gita Parihar, and held on 11-12 May 2018. The workshop was hosted by the Academy of European Law at the European University Institute. The idea behind both the workshop and the special issue is to look at the use of instruments, procedures, and processes developed for human rights governance at the international, regional, and national levels, as a way of supporting climate governance. The aim is to assess pathways to implementing the Paris Agreement drawing on lessons from, and using tools developed in the context of, human rights governance.
DOI Link: 10.1163/18786561-00903001
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