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Climate change, coming soon to a court near you: Report series purpose and introduction to climate science

Source(s):  Asian Development Bank (ADB)

This report forms part of a series of reports on climate law and policy for judges in Asia and the Pacific which seeks to (i) share environmental and climate jurisprudence from Asia and the Pacific, contributing to global knowledge on regional climate law and litigation; (ii) provide a comprehensive benchbook and tool kit for judges, especially those from Asia and the Pacific, to facilitate decision-making in this ever-evolving field of law; (iii) capture the results of ADB’s judicial capacity development work—the legacy of ADB’s work to date; and finally, (iv) acknowledge the prodigious work done by the judiciaries of Asia and the Pacific—ADB applauds their dedication and progress.

This report (Report 1) guides readers through some of the basics about climate change as a defining challenge of our time. It further explains how judges from Asia and the Pacific contribute to climate governance and litigation.



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  • Climate change, coming soon to a court near you: Report series purpose and introduction to climate science
  • Publication date 2020
  • Author(s) Eales, Briony;
  • Number of pages 43 p.
  • ISBN/ISSN 10.22617/TCS200346-2 (DOI)

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