Governance and Sustainability

Climate Change and the Enjoyment of Human Rights before the European Court of Human Rights.

On April 9th, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) issued three rulings in the cases KlimaSeniorinnen v. Switzerland, Carême v. France, and Duarte Agostinho and others v. Portugal and 32 other States, in which, for the first time, the interference of the effects of climate change with the enjoyment of a series of human rights included in the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) of 1950 was addressed.

Autonomous Communities Facing the Climate Crisis: The Value of Multilevel Climate Governance

Although it is a global phenomenon that requires an international response consistent with the objectives of the Paris Agreement, the fight against climate change also requires coordinated action at national, regional and local level by all sectors of society and public administration. In order to contribute to the objectives of the European Green Deal, Spain …

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