Integrating Human Rights in the Paris Climate Architecture: Contest, Context, and Consequence

@article{Rajamani2019IntegratingHR,
  title={Integrating Human Rights in the Paris Climate Architecture: Contest, Context, and Consequence},
  author={Lavanya Rajamani},
  journal={Climate Law},
  year={2019}
}
  • L. Rajamani
  • Published 26 June 2019
  • Political Science
  • Climate Law
In the wake of the disappointing outcome of cop 24/cma 3.1 in relation to human rights, this article asks whether the Paris Agreement’s preambular recital on human rights is the outer limit of what the regime can countenance, as the text appears to suggest, or whether it is a hook for the gradual mainstreaming and expansion of human rights protections in the climate regime, as many human rights advocates hope. To address this question, the article explores the contest over the manner and extent… 
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