All pages with keywords: climate laws

Climate Litigation: New frontiers for environmental law in Brazil – Conclusion (in Portuguese)

Climate Litigation: New frontiers for environmental law in Brazil – Conclusion (in Portuguese)

a book by Joana Setzer 31 March, 2019

The urgency of the climate crisis requires several degrees of intervention and the involvement of state powers, the private sector and civil society entities. In recent years, national and international … read more »


Climate Litigation: New frontiers for environmental law in Brazil – Trends in climate litigation around the world and in Brazil (in Portuguese)

Climate Litigation: New frontiers for environmental law in Brazil – Trends in climate litigation around the world and in Brazil (in Portuguese)

a book by Joana Setzer 31 March, 2019

The urgency of the climate crisis requires several degrees of intervention and the involvement of state powers, the private sector and civil society entities. In recent years, national and international … read more »


Climate Litigation: New frontiers for environmental law in Brazil – Introduction (in Portuguese)

Climate Litigation: New frontiers for environmental law in Brazil – Introduction (in Portuguese)

a book by Joana Setzer 31 March, 2019

The urgency of the climate crisis requires several degrees of intervention and the involvement of state powers, the private sector and civil society entities. In recent years, national and international … read more »


Aligning national and international climate targets

a policy publication by Michal Nachmany, Emily Mangan 29 October, 2018

The quantified climate change targets in countries’ Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) to the Paris Agreement and those in national laws and policies are compared in this brief, a submission to the Talanoa Dialogue. read more »