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AbstractIn several countries where climate litigation has challenged the authorization of fossil-fuel extraction developments, resource companies have presented courts with a ‘market substitution’ argument (msa) in support of authorization. In these contexts msa is premised on the notion that if...
AbstractThis article aims to contribute to the growing body of urban climate-governance research from a comparative legal perspective. It analyses the climate-related mitigation and adaptation efforts in the building sector of three cities: Cape Town (South Africa), Hamburg (Germany), and São...
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