Monday, June 20, 2022

New Issue: Journal of Human Rights and the Environment

The latest issue of the Journal of Human Rights and the Environment (Vol. 13, no. 1, March 2022) is out. Contents include:
  • Climate change litigation and human rights
    • Annalisa Savaresi & Joana Setzer, Rights-based litigation in the climate emergency: mapping the landscape and new knowledge frontiers
    • Lucy Maxwell, Sarah Mead, & Dennis van Berkel, Standards for adjudicating the next generation of Urgenda-style climate cases
    • Larissa Parker, Juliette Mestre, Sébastien Jodoin, & Margarentha Wewerinke-Singh, When the kids put climate change on trial: youth-focused rights-based climate litigation around the world
    • Jacques Hartmann & Marc Willers, Protecting rights through climate change litigation before European courts
    • Juan Auz, Human rights-based climate litigation: a Latin American cartography
    • Birsha Ohdedar, Climate adaptation, vulnerability and rights-based litigation: broadening the scope of climate litigation using political ecology
    • Kim Bouwer, The influence of human rights on climate litigation in Africa
    • Lisa Benjamin & Sara L Seck, Mapping human rights-based climate litigation in Canada
    • Justine Bell-James & Briana Collins, Human rights and climate change litigation: should temporal imminence form part of positive rights obligations?
    • Sara K Phillips & Nicole Anschell, Building business, human rights and climate change synergies in Southeast Asia: what the Philippines’ National Inquiry on Climate Change could mean for ASEAN
    • Nicola Silbert, In search of impact: climate litigation impact through a human rights litigation framework
    • Orla Kelleher, Incorporating climate justice into legal reasoning: shifting towards a risk-based approach to causation in climate litigation