Every year the Hague Academy of International Law organizes a Centre for Studies and Research in International Law and International Relations. For the researchers of the Online Centre for Studies and Research in International Law and International Relations of the Hague Academy of International Law, Eveline van Trigt, jurist and a senior foreign, comparative, and international law librarian of the Peace Palace Library, has compiled a bibliography about Climate Change and the Testing of International Law. The directors of research for the Online Centre programme of 2022 are Prof. Jacqueline Peel (University of Melbourne Law School) and Prof. Sandrine Maljean-Dubois (Aix-Marseille University).The Bibliography has been added to the Research Guide about the Environment. You can find it at the end of the Research Guide, under the section: "Bibliographies".
This bibliography is concerned with Climate Change and the Testing of International Law. It deals with several aspects of climate change and international law and specific topics related to climate change, such as migration, human rights, peace and security, geoengineering, the disappearance of island states, state responsibility, climate finance, the Paris Agreement, just to name a few. This bibliography consists of three parts. The first two parts consist of 12 chapters each and the third part deals both with climate change in general and international law in general and the Paris Agreement.
The bibliography has been compiled from a number of sources. It concerns both digital and printed materials from the Peace Palace Library and also several (legal) sources from the internet. Such as: legal databases, research articles, legal blogs, repositories, webinars and other relevant sources.
This bibliography has been added to the Research Guide about the Environment. You can find the bibliography at the end of the Research Guide, under the section: "Bibliographies":
- Climate Change and the Testing of International Law: A Selective Bibliography by Ms. Eveline van Trigt
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