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Modelling complex systems of heterogeneous agents to better design sustainability transitions policy
This article proposes a fundamental methodological shift in the modelling of policy interventions for sustainability transitions in order to account for complexity (e.g. self-reinforcing mechanisms,Expand
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Climate policy after the Paris 2015 climate conference
The landmark 2015 Paris Agreement, adopted to widespread acclaim at the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP 21) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), reflectsExpand
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The Contribution of the International Court of Justice to the Development of International Environmental Law: A Contemporary Assessment
The article provides a detailed and up-to-date assessment of the contribution of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to the development of International Environmental Law (IEL), including theExpand
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Human Rights and Investment Disciplines: Integration in Progress
Foreign investment law and human rights law are usually considered, be it by scholars or by arbitrators, as wholly distinct, autonomous or even antagonistic legal domains – this perception partakingExpand
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The Rise and Fall of Sustainable Development
Sustainable development is turning brownish. Too many disparate initiatives are being conducted under its banner. The concept of sustainable development no longer provides an adequate umbrella forExpand
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Impunity: Elements for an Empirical Concept
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System complexity and policy integration challenges: The Brazilian Energy- Water-Food Nexus
The Energy-Water-Food Nexus is one of the most complex sustainability challenges faced by the world. This is particularly true in Brazil, where insufficiently understood interactions within the NexusExpand
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Environmental impact assessment for climate change policy with the simulation-based integrated assessment model E3ME-FTT-GENIE
A high degree of consensus exists in the climate sciences over the role that human interference with the atmosphere is playing in changing the climate. Expand
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Balancing Effectiveness and Fairness in the Redesign of the Climate Change Regime
Since its modern inception in the 1960s, international environmental law (IEL) has faced three main challenges: (A) justifying the need for an international regulation of environmental issuesExpand
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New and renewable energy social enterprises accessing government support: Findings from India
Abstract In a world that increasingly invites private actors to address social needs, there has been a rise of social enterprises in a variety of sectors, including new and renewable energy. As ofExpand
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