09.11.2020

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Project: Carbon Dioxide Removal Law

"An annotated bibliography of legal materials related to carbon dioxide removal and carbon sequestration and use."

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09.10.2020

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Project: CDR Law

"An annotated bibliography of legal materials related to carbon dioxide removal and carbon sequestration and use."

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09.10.2020

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Columbia Center on Global Energy Policy: Columbia University Launches the World’s First ‘Carbon Dioxide Removal Law’ Database

"Today, researchers at Columbia University launched the world’s first Carbon Dioxide Removal Law database, an annotated bibliography of legal materials related to carbon dioxide removal and carbon sequestration and use, which is publicly available at: cdrlaw.org."

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01.06.2020

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The Conversation: Can UK fossil fuel companies now be held accountable for contributing to climate change overseas?

"A ruling by the UK Supreme Court could have huge implications for British companies accused of environmental damage overseas. The April 2019 decision, in a case brought by a group of Zambian farmers against a London-based mining firm, establishes that UK parent companies can be held liable under UK law for the actions of their foreign subsidiaries."

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11.11.2019

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Gambardella, S. (2019): The Stormy Emergence of Geoengineering in the International Law of the Sea

Gambardella, S. 2019. “The Stormy Emergence of Geoengineering in the International Law of the Sea.” Carbon & Climate Law Review 13 (2): 122–29. https://doi.org/10.21552/cclr/2019/2/7.

‌"This study aims to look at the role that international environmental law could or should play in the development of geoengineering. The discussions that have taken place on geoengineering in international fora are rich in lessons about these rights themselves and with regard to their effectiveness and efficiency. Thus, questions of ‘good governance’ emerge. It is therefore a question of presenting the various possibilities offered by international law to frame - even forbid - these new practices."

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