Ahmed, Tawhida and French, Duncan (2012) Situating climate change in (international) law: a triptych of competing narratives. In: Criminological and Legal Consequences of Climate Change. Hart, Oxford, pp. 241-263. ISBN 9781849461863
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The chapter considers three pairs of competing narratives, which highlight not only many of the underlying tensions within the political negotiations on climate change but also reflect how theoretical enquiries especially in the field of international law have been increasingly framed. These pair of narratives revolve around macro-ideas of the law's normativity, context and scope. Together they enrich an approach to climate change that focuses purely on the traditional multilateral paradigm.
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Keywords:||international climate change law, climate change (as an object of study), international environmental law, fairness, human rights, governance, bmjlink|
|Subjects:||M Law > M130 Public International Law|
|Divisions:||College of Social Science > Lincoln Law School|
|Deposited By:||Duncan French|
|Deposited On:||05 May 2012 12:51|
|Last Modified:||14 Nov 2014 10:50|
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