Adaptation

Environmental Law and Climate Change

Climate change is linked to many other environmental issues and the legal regimes that aim to address them. More →

Environmental Law and Climate Change

Environmental law field remains one of the principal areas of the law in which climate change is confronted directly. More →

Financial Law and Climate Change

Many new laws and regulations aim to use the financial system to drive emissions reductions. More →

Human Rights and Climate Change

Over the last two decades, a global consensus has emerged that climate change impacts human rights. More →

Immigration Law and Climate Change

Climate change will drive migration, which immigration law must facilitate. More →

Insurance Law and Climate Change

Insurance is crucial to managing climate risks, and may even play a role in reducing emissions. More →

Planning Law and Climate Change

Planning law can be leveraged to ensure low-carbon development and accelerate the deployment of green infrastructure. More →

Property Law and Climate Change

Legal mechanisms may help buyers, sellers, and renters address climate change. More →

Public Health Law and Climate Change

The law is increasingly recognising climate change as a significant public health issue. More →

Public International Law and Climate Change

A new international law regime has emerged to address climate change, and the climate crisis is closely intertwined with many other areas of international law. More →

Public International Law and Climate Change

The international climate regime works in conjunction with public international law to address the direct and indirect impacts of climate change. More →

Supply Chain Considerations and Climate Change

The principles of a circular economy offer one solution to improve supply chain issues. More →

Tax Law and Climate Change

Government taxation can be utilized to both disincentive and encourage behavior that involves adaptation or mitigation measures. More →

Trade Law and Climate Change

Trade mechanisms are becoming a central aspect of international climate policy and diplomacy. More →