The Challenge Of International And Comparative Law In The Context Of Climate Justice And Climate Change Law   Post Copenhagen Scenario
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The Challenge Of International And Comparative Law In The Context Of Climate Justice And Climate Change Law Post Copenhagen Scenario

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Readers will have contact with a multi-disciplinary approach and an overview of the tools the legal discipline of Comparative Law offers to the climate change debate. The book considers the current gaps in international law by arguing that a Comparative Law analytical framework can homogenise the application of international law in the climate change law context.
Paperback, 116 pages
Published November 23rd 2010 by Authorhouse
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