Jacqueline Peel & Jolene Lin, “Transnational Climate Litigation: The Contribution of the Global South.”
Symposium, edited by Christina Voigt and John H. Knox, published in the American Journal of International Law.
From the introduction
Climate change litigation has attracted a great deal of scholarly attention, but that attention has been disproportionately directed towards cases brought in the United States and Europe. As Jacqueline Peel and Jolene Lin explain in Transnational Climate Litigation: The Contribution of the Global South, this focus has ignored the rapidly developing jurisprudence in the Global South, which is contributing in innovative ways to transnational climate governance. This symposium invited a number of scholars and practitioners to share their reflections on Peel and Lin’s article.
The symposium is available here, all articles are open access.