Here you can find some of our publications written in English:
ANALYSIS OF THE PARIS AGREEMENT'S TRANSPARENCY FRAMEWORK: DOES IT INCENTIVISE GREATER CLIMATE AMBITION?
Article published in Carbon & Climate Law Review on a key element of the Paris Agreement: it’s transparency framework.
The starting point of this article is the Paris Agreement’s extensive reliance on transparency to promote ambition and accountability. The goal of this article is to challenge this drive for transparency and to assess the potential of the Paris Agreement’s transparency framework to incentivise greater climate ambition. To do so, the article draws a set of criteria from compliance theory and evaluates the key transparency rules according to these criteria. Those transparency rules are contained in the Paris Rulebook, a set of rules on the implementation of the Paris Agreement agreed upon (for the most part) at COP 24 in Katowice in December 2018. Read more about this article…
The article can be found here and some live impressions from the webinar the journal organised here.
About the author: article published by Myele Rouxel.
This unique, international offering on an issue of critical importance today, demonstrates how women as activists, scientists and scholars are at the forefront of shaping new scientific and economic paradigms to reclaim seed sovereignty and food security across the world. Women in the North and South are leading movements to change both practice and paradigm: how we grow and transform our food. As seed keepers and food producers, as mothers and consumers, they are engaged in renewing a food system that is better aligned with the ecological processes of the earth s renewal, the laws of human rights and social justice, and the means through which our bodies stay well and healthy.
Law proposal on seeds, under the authority of the international organisation NAVDANYA chaired by Vandana Shiva. Available here in English.
Article published in the report Seed Freedom - A global citizens' report - Co-ordinated by Navdanya
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