Biodiversity litigation (2019-2021)
Research theme: Biodiversity and nature protection law.
This project seeks to understand the relationship between international biodiversity law and biodiversity litigation. It aims to:
- understand the evolution and dynamic of biodiversity litigation in different contexts (national, regional and international)
- assess the role of international biodiversity law with regard to biodiversity litigation
- evaluate the contribution of biodiversity litigation to the effectiveness of biodiversity law.
Professor Jona Razzaque is undertaking this project in collaboration with Sandrine Maljean Dubois (CNRS, France) and Guillaume Futhazar (Max Planck Institute, Germany).
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