With next week’s COP24 meeting tasked to complete the rule-book for the Paris Agreement, the challenge of implementing Paris through domestic law has never been more pressing. That’s why in this new article in the Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental law, Eloise Scotford and I examine the multiple considerations that go into climate lawmaking, and propose a methodology for the joined-up development of climate legislation, to support both national planning and multilateral processes. The article is currently out from behind the paywall and free to access.

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