Elgar Studies in Climate Law

series editor: Jonathan Verschuuren, Professor of International and European Environmental Law, Tilburg University, the Netherlands

Climate change and responses to climate change are having an increasing effect on economic activities and peoples’ lives. Across the globe, scholars are studying what these impacts mean or should mean for law. As a consequence, climate law is rapidly developing as a new and complex field of law, marked by the interactions of diverse areas such as migration law, human rights law, agricultural law, energy law, trade law, company law, tort law, insurance law, nature conservation law, marine law and so forth. This series publishes high quality scholarly works that make an essential and innovative contribution to the development of legal thinking on climate law and thus help us to understand how we can protect tomorrow’s society against the consequences of climate change.

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