A Climate Security Initiative: Another Way to Make International Climate Law
AbstractThis paper intends to strike a practical tone and focus on the possibility of a CSI being introduced as soon as possible. By exploring this option it is the intention of this paper to provide policy makers and those willing states a means in which to pursue a more robust climate response agenda. The paper is structured according to three main questions: has international climate law failed; what model of response and benefit does the PSI offer; how could a CSI be created to fill the gaps left by international climate law.
CitationMurphy, A. (2019). A Climate Security Initiative: Another Way to Make International Climate Law. Waikato Law Review, 27, 46-61.
PublisherWaikato Law Review
JournalWaikato Law Review
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