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On the Brink of a “Mass Exodus,” Can International Law Adequately Protect “Climate Refugees”?

Dana Dabbousi

June 27th 2024

As climate change experts increasingly warn that the world is approaching a breaking point, the question feels less theoretical and more urgent: can international law offer answers to the prospect of mass displacement in relation to climate change? This paper provides a concise overview of the conversation, examining the variety ...

The World is My Oyster and Other Tales of Domination: The Critique From Ecosystem Services

March 8th 2022

This Article levels a critique of resource-driven capitalism and the associated, facilitative property rights from the position of ecosystem services. Pitting nature as resource against nature as ecosystem services reveals that the value of nature lies beyond the price of tradeable goods and that economic regicide results not from regulation ...

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