Climate Change and the Rule of Law: Adjudicating the Future in International Law
↵* This was originally given as a public lecture in the UK Supreme Court on the 17 September 2015. ↵** Professor of Law, University College London; Barrister, Matrix Chambers. The article, which is based on a lecture delivered in London in September 2015, addresses the possibilities for adjudication of climate change issues before international courts and tribunals, finding them to be more favourable today than a few years ago.
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