International Environmental Law Collection
As the impact of climate change is felt with increasing severity around the world, the question of whether the framework of international law can address the challenges of environmental protection and the need for global cooperation is more important than ever.
In light of this, we have made available a selection of 14 articles from the Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law that examine the international organizations, historical context, and existing procedures and compliance mechanisms involved in international environmental law. The collection covers subjects from climate change litigation to the Aarhus Convention.
Each article is commissioned by Professor Hélène Ruiz Fabri and a team of experts at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg and rigorously peer reviewed, providing cutting edge research on areas of international law that are often under-explored.
All content is free to read until 31 May 2020.
Aarhus Convention Compliance Procedure
Barcelona Convention for the Protection of the Mediterranean Sea: Compliance Procedure
Climate Change Compliance Procedures
Climate Change Litigation
Dispute Settlement under the Antarctic Treaty System
International Environmental Court
International Monsanto Tribunal in The Hague
International Whaling Commission: Compliance Mechanism
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