Program finalized: Bridging the Climate Change Policy Gap -The Role of International Law and Arbitration
Paris Agreement does not include an enforcement mechanism. However, trends show that different actors have been innovative in using different legal regimes to address environmental and climate change issues. Green investors have resorted to international arbitration to resolve disputes related to, among others, incentives and government failures to enforce environmental laws. Meanwhile, more climate change litigations have been brought in domestic courts.
These trends raise questions, how can existing legal norms be used to address questions about climate change? What role does International law and arbitration have in the climate change issue?
Join us for an in-depth discussion on the above issues at the conference, Monday 21 November, in Stockholm.
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Contact person for the conference: Andrina Sukma firstname.lastname@example.org