Jacqueline Peel is a professor of law and associate director of the Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law at the Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, Australia. She serves as an evaluator for the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation on its investments for a programme on strategic climate litigation in Europe.Espanol | French |
The farmer or the hero litigator? Modes of climate litigation in the global South
By: Jolene Lin & Jacqueline Peel
Climate litigation shows that the global South experience is a rich and powerful one that offers many opportunities for multi-directional learning.
Litigating the right to a sustainable climate system
By: Jacqueline Peel & Hari M. Osofsky
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As the climate crisis deepens, can litigation advancing a human right to a stable and sustainable climate system make a difference?