Climate Change and State Responsibility for Human Rights Violations: Causation and Imputation
The Paris Agreement provides that States should respect, promote and consider their respective obligations on human rights' in taking action to address climate change'. Should therefore States be held responsible for anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions in breach of fundamental obligations, that is, the duties to respect, protect and fulfil first, second and third generation human rights? The key cases of the Inuit Petitions to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and Kivalina...[Show more]
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