Oslo Principles on Global Climate Change Obligation

Founding Year: 2015



They are a set of obligations “regarding the climate, along with a detailed legal Commentary that draws on the best joint interpretation of international law, human rights law, national environmental law and tort law.” They may “help judges decide whether particular governments are in compliance with their legal obligations to address climate change.”



Oslo Principles on Global Climate Change Obligation contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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