Transforming climate finance for debt-distressed economies during COVID-19
Who’s missing? The forgotten heroes of climate activism
Young people in the global south already live the impact of climate change, but their voices in the transnational climate movement are often marginalised or ignored. EUI Policy Leader Fellow Alice Hubbard looks at why this is the case, and makes concrete suggestions to ensure that no one gets left behind.
How serious is the US notification to leave the Paris Climate Agreement?
Responsibility for just judgment in a transnational world
Legal scholar Laura M. Henderson argues that a postmodern ethics of just judgment is necessary for dealing with contemporary legal transnational challenges, such as climate change and migration. Such a mode of just judgment calls on our legal interpreter to constantly interrogate the boundaries of the law and to make decisions that preserve space for future renegotiations of those boundaries.