Tuesday, July 11, 2017

New Issue: Journal of Human Rights and the Environment

The latest issue of the Journal of Human Rights and the Environment (Vol. 8, no. 1, March 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Jeanette Schade & Dimitra Manou, Editorial: Climate, justice and displacement: reflections on law, policy and the future of human rights in the climate crisis
  • Elizabeth Ferris & Jonas Bergmann, Soft law, migration and climate change governance
  • Dayna Nadine Scott & Adrian A Smith, The abstract subject of the climate migrant: displaced by the rising tides of the green energy economy
  • Wolfgang Obergassel, Lauri Peterson, Florian Mersmann, Jeanette Schade, Jane Alice Hofbauer & Monika Mayrhofer, Human rights and the clean development mechanism: lessons learned from three case studies
  • Jeanette Schade, EU accountability for the due diligence failures of the European Investment Bank: climate finance and involuntary resettlement in Olkaria, Kenya
  • Jane A Hofbauer, Operationalizing extraterritorial obligations in the context of climate project finance – the Barro Blanco case
  • Sam Adelman, Geoengineering: rights, risks and ethics
  • Joe Alizzi, The logic of industrial capitalism versus the logic of Inuit thinking – denied interconnectedness and how it inhibits broad-based action in the human rights and environmental spaces