Climate Change Liability and Beyond
- About the Book
This book is structured with four main themes on the discussions of climate change liability and related mechanisms. They are: 1) state liability and responsibility, 2) climate change litigation, 3) climate change liability and alternatives, and 4) dispute resolution and remedies. Reflections on the concepts of liability/responsibility/accountability have provided for nuanced understandings of their functional dynamics in climate change governance. Our findings also suggest that International and domestic courts have become a vital player in attribution or distribution of climate change liability. In addition, a few alternatives such as carbon market, insurance, mediation or soft law are also finding their ways to ensuring sustainability of climate change governance.
- About the Author(s)
Jiunn-rong Yeh, EditorJiunn-rong Yeh is University Chair Professor at National Taiwan University College of Law. Beginning in May 2016, he also serves as Minister of the Interior in the government. He has taught in many overseas universities such as Harvard University, Duke University, University of Toronto, and University of Melbourne. His teaching and research focuses are primarily on comparative constitutions, environmental law, and administrative law.
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