This platform is aimed at sharing ideas and supporting the development of law-making and institutional capacity support on global efforts to address climate change and implement the Paris Agreement. It focuses both on domestic, international, and non-state actor responses to the legal and institutional reform challenges posed by the realities of climate change.
The resources and articles featured across the CLGI Knowledge Centre is a selection based on the work of legal researchers at the Climate Law Governance Initiative, of some of the best open access online resources currently available. If you would like to propose additional articles, tools or initiatives to be featured please contact us through the form below.
Houses links to leading open access articles from climate law and governance experts that provide a background on the existing regime and highlight innovative international legal responses relating to climate change.
It is also home to knowledge co-created under the initiative including the Climate Law and Governance Legal Working Paper Series.
Houses links and descriptions of innovative databases and initiatives as well as resources from organisations and institutions across the globe aiming to assist governments, academics, practitioners, experts, and stakeholders from civil society and the private sector in efforts to address climate change.
Houses blog posts from legal scholars and practitioners to raise awareness of legal and institutional challenges and responses related to climate change and stimulate debate within and beyond the legal community. It also features announcements and outcome summaries of past events.
Have you read an interesting article on legal and institutional reforms in the response to climate change that you consider an essential read? Have you come across a useful database, report series or online tool that you think should be widely shared? With the many developments in the field of climate law and governance, the resource centre seeks to expand further over time and we greatly appreciate any suggestions that you may have.Propose a resource