The ‘Adjudicating the Future: Climate Change and the Rule of Law’ symposium was held in September at King’s College London, the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the UK Supreme Court, with support from UNEP and the Asian Development Bank.
The symposium brought together judges, attorneys and legal academics from around the world to examine the challenges and opportunities faced by courts in adjudicating climate change issues.
Professor Philippe Sands QC’s keynote lecture on climate change and the rule of law may be viewed here, chaired by Lord Carnwarth of the UK Supreme Court and with comments by Judge James Crawford of the International Court of Justice and Professor Lavanya Rajamani of the Centre for Policy Research.
Source | Transnational Law Institute
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