Introduction Benoit Mayer and Alexander Zahar; Debate 1. Customary law Sandrine Maljean-Dubois and Christopher Campbell-Durufle; Debate 2. The ILC's role Peter H. Sand and Geraud de Lassus St-Genies; Debate 3. CBDR principle Daria Shapovalova and Thomas Leclerc; Debate 4. Compliance Meinhard Doelle and Anna Huggins; Debate 5. Climate litigation Cinnamon Pinon Carlarne and Guy Dwyer; Debate 6. Human rights Nicola Pain and Fanny Thornton; Debate 7. Historical responsibility Sarah Mason-Case, Julia Dehm and Alexander Zahar; Debate 8. Climate migration Ingrid Boas and Calum TM Nicholson; Debate 9. Negative-emission technologies Gareth Davies, Duncan McLaren and Wil Burns; Debate 10. Solar radiation management Jesse L. Reynolds and Kerryn Anne Brent; Debate 11. Climate assessment Benoit Mayer and Alexander Zahar; Reflection 1. Adaptation Benoit Mayer; Reflection 2. Loss and damage Alice Venn; Reflection 3. Disappearing states Ori Sharon; Reflection 4. Climate finance Yulia Yamineva; Reflection 5. Non-state actors Mikko Rajavuori; Reflection 6. Regime inconsistency Olivia Woolley; Reflection 7. Aesthetics Benjamin J. Richardson; Conclusion Benoit Mayer and Alexander Zahar; Index.
An innovative volume that covers all the common topics of climate law currently debated in the global academic community.
Benoit Mayer is Associate Professor at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is the author of The International Law on Climate Change (Cambridge, 2018). Alexander Zahar is Professor of International Law at Southwest University of Political Science and Law, Chongqing, China. He is the founder and editor of the journal Climate Law.