Jacqueline Peel

Jacqueline Peel est professeur à la faculté de droit de l’université de Melbourne et Hari M. Osofsky est doyen de l’école des affaires internationales et de droit de l’université d’État de Pennsylvanie. Il sont les co-auteurs du livre Climate Change Litigation: Regulatory Pathways to Cleaner Energy.

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The farmer or the hero litigator? Modes of climate litigation in the global South

By: Jolene Lin & Jacqueline Peel
Español

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
Español | Français

As the climate crisis deepens, can litigation advancing a human right to a stable and sustainable climate system make a difference?

 

 

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