Constitutionalizing in the Anthropocene
January 1, 2022

Contested indigeneity and traditionality in environmental litigation: The politics of expertise in regional human rights courts

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Petersmann, Marie-Catherine ‘Contested indigeneity and traditionality in environmental litigation: The politics of expertise in regional human rights courts’ (2021) Human Rights Law Review 21(1) 132-156

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Tech-based Prototypes in Climate Governance: On Scalability, Replicability, and Representation

Tech-based Prototypes in Climate Governance: On Scalability, Replicability, and Representation (2022)

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Achieving agricultural greenhouse gas emission reductions in the EU post-2030: What options do we have?

RECIEL - Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law (2022)

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Megafauna restoration as a legal obligation: International biodiversity law and the rehabilitation of large mammals in Europe

Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law (RECIEL) (2022)

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