Loss and Damage from Climate Change: From Concept to Remedy?
Environmental law, legal perspectives on remedies, harm caused by climate related loss and damage
In this article we examine legal perspectives on remedies for harm caused by climate related loss and damage. We start by discussing the meaning of loss and damage, and its relationship to climate mitigation and adaptation. We then consider, at a conceptual level, how those harmed by loss and damage from human-induced climate change may pursue remedies against those who have contributed to the harm suffered.
Meinhard Doelle & Sara Seck, “Loss & damage from climate change: from concept to remedy?” (07 Aug 2019), online: Taylor & Francis Online [perma.cc/SU2W-ALC5].